At first glance more like the shape of a large deciduous tree. I couldnt get a close up of the foliage as no branches were within reach of the ground.
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I could see the cones, there were none on the ground. I was viewing them from about 3o feet below. They were perched on top of the branches pointing upwards like big geese eggs. Dense looking.
Generally Cedar cones break up on the tree when mature, leaving a spike of woody tissue that the scales and seeds were attached to.
Cedrus libanii has the largest cones probably 4"diam x 6"long. C. deodar is the next, with C. atlanticum the smallest of the three.
From the branching I would suggest C. atlanticum, atlas tend also to be more prone to shedding branches as has happened at some time.
Thanks very much for the info Brock. I remember now seeing an illustration of a cedar in a book once and noticing how unconifer-like its shape was. Also think it is the emblem of an insurance company or something? Something American perhaps?
Cedrus libani (Cedar of Lebanon)is or was on Lebanons national flag.
Your specimen is in decline.
Lat/Lng: 54.8717, -6.4792
OS grid ref: NW127621