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    Slieve Aughty Mountain [1], on border of cos. Clare and Galway, between Lough Rea and Lough Derg ; greatest alt., 1243 ft. ; for the most part of the old red sandstone formation.
    [1] Slieve, or Sliebh, is Gaelic, and signifies "Hill," or "Mountain."
    JG Bartholomew, 1904
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    "Salmo Alpinus (char)" from "Statistical Survey of the County of Antrim" (1812) by John Dubourdieu.
    Above: "Salmo Alpinus (char)" from "Statistical Survey of the County of Antrim" (1812) by John
    Dubourdieu. Click on the image to read "A Treatise on Roads" (pdf). Image source: Internet Archive .
    Left: detail from satellite photo (click for larger version).
    Charon (MIT Project) 1989, James Coleman ©