I’m once more very grateful to people who tell me about these things. I searched for Eask Head’s sign through the aerial photographs 7 years ago but could not find it.
Part of it is still in place but the sign itself is in really poor repair. All you can see is the closing E.
The nearest look out post to the Blasket Islands is Dunmore Head which is on the mainland. It was LOP number 38. There wasn’t a LOP on the Great Blasket that I was aware of and most signs were linked with the nearest LOP hence the classification. At the moment, it does not look to me as though the number is intact for this location so I cannot confirm absolutely.
Location on Google is clouded over.
Bing aerial photographs
The sign is barely visible on the aerial maps (this is in some contrast to one of the signs in Clare which is on similar land).
This photograph is from Emmanuel Hirth:
Bing Image, collected January 2013
No Google Maps image for this location
Two signs were built on Slieve League, of which all that remains is this part next to a carpark.
Sign at Mucros in Donegal added as closest to LOP 71
This sign is almost impossible to see on the aerial photographs but it has been renovated at some point.
Saint Johns Point – Bing
This is the Bing image
Saint John’s Point Donegal – Google
This is the Google image
August: St John’s Point has been restored.
Google – the resolution on this section of Belmullet is not clear enough to display the sign.
Black Sod BayEM