This Ring of Gullion Audio Tour starts of at the Ti Chulainn Cultural and Activity Centre and Mullaghbane, and goes on to Ballykeel Portal Tomb, Siverbridge and the Dorsey and from there to Annaghmare Court Tomb. It then takes you to visit Creggan graveyard, Castle Roche, Urney Graveyard and Forkhill, then Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone, before finishing at Moyry Castle.
Click on links below to download an audio podcast of the Cú Chulainn driving tour and an accompanying map. We suggest burning the audio/music files to a CD, or uploading it onto your mp3 player to play in the car.
File sizes are an approximation and are there for guidance only. Please contact us if you are having difficulties accessing the audio files.
- Welcome (4mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français |
- Ti Chulainn Cultural Activity Centre and Mullaghbane (5mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français |
- Ballykeel portal tomb (4mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français |
- Silverbridge and The Dorsey* (5mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français
- Annaghmare Court Tomb (3mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français
- Creggan Graveyard and Creggan Glen (8mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français
- Castle Roche (4mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français
- Urney Graveyard & Forkhill (4mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français
- Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone (3mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français
- Moyry Castle (5mb) | Gaeilge | Deutsche | Français
*DISCLAIMER – Track 3 Silverbridge and the Dorsey. The Bealach Mor na Feadha (meaning the great way of the Fews) and then later ‘The Coach Road’ passed through Silverbridge and the Dorsey, not the Slige Midluachra as per audio.
English Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin and Dónal O’Connor
Irish Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin and Dónal O’Connor
German Petra Blomker and Rudi Schwittay
French Laura and Greg Euler
‘Úirchill a’ Chreagáin’ – Sung by Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin – www.irishsong.com
‘Flagstaff’ – by Colin Turner read by Niamh and Bridie
‘Boys of Mullaghbane’ – sung by Brian Murphy
‘At Slieve Gullion’s Foot’ – An extract from the book by Michael J Murphy
Script – Una Walsh, Kevin Murphy and Alan Morrow
This project was part funded under Axes 3 & 4 of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 by the European Union and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.