Permission granted by forest_blight to post his and Stercox's solution
Station XIV (October 12, p. 113)
AN SEISEAR, NEAR BEENALAGHT, IRELAND. An Seisear ( meaning "The Six") in County Cork, a very impressive row of stones located across a long field on the road from Coachford to Mallow, an area rich in Druid history. They are hard to spot now due to a pine plantation which the stones almost blend into when viewed from the road. Five stones from 1.8 metres to 3 metres high are standing, while a sixth is prostrate.
"I wandered across to the head of a field to where the six Year-Stones had been ceremonially arranged, and sat upon one." (p. 122)