Carr Hill a cup and ring stone, NorthumberlandYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Carr Hill a is a weathered cup and ring stone carved into an outcrop of sandstone bedrock. A cup with four rings is situated on the western side while the north-east side has a cup with three rings. Originally found by Stan Beckensall who called it Carr Hill, Frankham Fell a, and is listed as ERA-1462 in the England’s Rock Art database. The carvings are best seen in matcap.
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