|V 545 694 (Pub.)||Diameter 4m (Pub.)|
|Visited July 1998|
Dromod stands on the NW of the Cummeragh river valley and has a view over Loch Currane to the mountains beyond. The circle has been extensively damaged, to the extent that its original type is not apparent on visual inspection. The circle remains comprise three standing and two fallen stones, now in an elliptical N-S configuration. About 7m to the NW of the circle stands an outlier about 1.6m tall, this has been incorporated into a field wall. The circle interior seems to have been filled with field clearance stones and was very overgrown at the time of our visit. It seems likely that Dromod was a multi-stone circle, albeit with unusual grading. There is a low stone at the SW which seems to have an alignment to a prominent notch in the horizon line beyond Loch Currane, this stone is a strong candidate for the axial stone.