http://www.ni-environment.gov.uk/built-home/recording.htm the North's built heritage section of the Dept. Environment- map viewer/ databases/ industrial heritage its all there
www.setantatours.com archaeological & heritage tours round the Carlingford Lough region.
lol well this article made me laugh (especially the first line) apparently a lot of people think that Atlantis was actually in Ireland!http://rulehibernia.com/2010/08/atlantis-its-in-meath/
Some more useful links .
http://www.ucc.ie/celt/ Excellent for historical background and early manuscripts.
http://www.archive.org/ The quantity of historical literature which this site makes freely available, is astounding. Most original sources can be read online or downloaded.
http://tbreen.home.xs4all.nl/ Thaddeus Breen's site - great links.
http://maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V1,591271,743300,0,10 Ordnance Survey of Ireland with the capacity to compare aerial photographs from 2005 and the 6" 1838 ordnance survey and a range in between.
http://www.gsi.ie/ Geological survey of Ireland
Archaeological Survey of Ireland, National Monuments Service, Dept of Heritage - www.archaeology.ie includes descriptive details and map details of sites in the sites and monuments record (SMR). Can download info too.
Link for Monument Report Form (pdf)
- check that the site is not already registered
- sites post 1700 will not currently receive attention
- Irish Transverse Mercator co-ordinates (preferred) or Irish Grid co-ordinates should be supplied
ASI phone number 01 8883921
Some remarkable information concerning ice sheet coverage of the British Isles:
A magnificent new site with well researched descriptions of the folklore surrounding Irish monuments. Some very valuable information indeed.
Well worth a visit anytime.
1658 Down Survey maps, now online.
Archaeological Survey of Ireland publications (thanks Deepsleeper)