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Radius Search from Slieve Beagh-East Ridge

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Slieve BeaghUK-N Ireland  Ireland  12470.35W932Radius Search
SlievemoreUK-N Ireland  Ireland  103011.78NNE492Radius Search
Brougher MountainUK-N Ireland  Ireland  104012.56WNW696Radius Search
PollnalaghtUK-N Ireland  Ireland  97819.58NNW604Radius Search
DooishUK-N Ireland  Ireland  111921.03NW551Radius Search
Slieve RushenIreland  Ireland  132522.54SW1102Radius Search
MullaghcarnUK-N Ireland  Ireland  177823.24N1240Radius Search
CarrigatukeUK-N Ireland  Ireland  119824.3ESE689Radius Search
Belmore MountainUK-N Ireland  Ireland  130624.36W1057Radius Search
Curraghchosaly MountainUK-N Ireland  Ireland  136525.23N528Radius Search
Bessy BellUK-N Ireland  Ireland  137825.41NNW1122Radius Search
CrocknamoghilUK-N Ireland  Ireland  109925.94N564Radius Search
Bolaght MountainUK-N Ireland  Ireland  113226.45NW499Radius Search
MullaghcroyUK-N Ireland  Ireland  79426.79NNW538Radius Search
Slieve GlahIreland  Ireland  105026.96S666Radius Search
CuillaghIreland/UK  Ireland  218227.04WSW1988Radius Search
TullybrackUK-N Ireland  Ireland  126627.35W656Radius Search
OughtmoreUK-N Ireland  Ireland  125327.67NNE515Radius Search
CraignamaddyUK-N Ireland  Ireland  125328.44N525Radius Search
CrockkinnagoeIreland  Ireland  119130.9NW696Radius Search


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