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Tipperary Sundial

St Mary's Catholic Church in Drom was built in 1829 for Fr Thomas Mullaney, whose name is inscribed over the front door. The churchyard contains a horizontal slate sundial which was carved by Dan Ryan of Kilvilcorris. It is inscribed with a harp and shamrock and the latitude and longitude of the church.

Drom village is located 6Km south west of Templemore on the R501 Templemore to Borrisoleigh road.

Lat 52° 46' North  Long 7° 54' West

Irish Grid   S  207200   116190

If you know the location of a sundial in Ireland (NOT a mass produced DIY Store garden ornament) please email it to me (Click here to email M.J.Harley) - a member of British Sundial Society
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