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This boundary stone sits about 1 metre south of Hangingstone Road, approx 730 metres south east of the iconic ‘Cow & Calf’ beauty spot on Ilkley Moor, West Yorkshire. The stone is marked on early Ordnance Survey maps and appears to separate Ilkley Moor (west) and Burley Moor (east). On the eastern side of the stone is a single ‘cup-like’ artificial depression, which may be a prehistoric marking. This was first noted by Paul Bowers and subsequently recorded by CSI:Rombalds Moor Project as ‘Hangingstone Road 01’ on England’s Rock Art database: http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/era/section/panel/overview.jsf?eraId=2632
The north side (& road side) of the stone bears ‘Ilkley’ and ‘Burley’ and a date of either 1836 or 1856. Graffiti has been carved on elsewhere on the stone.
Model created in 2013 from 40 images captured with a 10mp Canon Powershot A640 using a SfM approach. Survey conducted as part of the CSI: Rombalds Moor Project.