Baltimore Follow the field path at the end of Ballylinchy the lookoot post no.29 can be found in the walling of a 19th century signal tower. Today the post is collapsed to the lower three layers of concrete blocks. The construction of the lookout posts based of 136 precast concrete blocks. That made it possible to construct the building during a few days. From here the coast watcher of the 2ww coast watching service reported all activities around that area in their logbooks. Today the logbooks are open for public at the Irish Defence Forces website militaryarchives.ie. Close to the Lookout the Eire landmark with the number 29 was recently restored. The Eire landmarks was a helpful for navigations of aircrafts during the ww2.