Turn left at the church in Cloonfad
(assume you have come from Dunmore).
The road is narrow and has many
right-angled bends. Drive about three miles until you reach a T- junction.
Turn right. About one hundred yards from the junction,
building with a tin roof on the right-hand side of the road
last house in which Michael Glynn lived. The land behind the house,
extending down to the river was his. The farm buildings behind the house
are also original 1860 buildings.