Mining village on the Waterford coast. The richest mines were at Knockmahon a kilometre to the east. Several smaller mines are also located immediately north and west of the village. For overview of the mineralogy of the district see Moreton (2005).
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Moreton, S. (2005) "The mineralogy of the Bunmahon Copper Mines, Co. Waterford", J. Mining Heritage Trust of Ireland, No. 5, 11-14.
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