Craigballyharky

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Craigballyharky (Irish: Rocky Craggy Townland) is a large hill in the south-west of the townland of Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

Geology[edit]

The rock is a tonalite, which shares its name with the landform has yielded a 471 +2/-4 Ma U-Pb zircon age (Hutton et al. 1985).[1]

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