Tankardstown Standing Stone, also known as ‘Molly’s Cross Stone’, is situated close to the Wicklow/Carlow border. This granite pillar stone is two metres in height and is aligned East-West. The stone is just under a metre wide, making it appear almost slab-like though it does taper towards the top. There are five small grooves on the upper half of the west face of the stone. I have been unable to find anything in regards to folk customs or legends ascribed to this stone.
GPS: 52.83922, -6.70968