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Bedrock on private farmland near Carr Edge, Frankham Fell, N of Fourstones, Northumberland.
This area of exposure is referenced ‘Carr Hill h, Frankham Fell’ on the Beckensall Archive (BA) and described as: ‘Two rings without a cup.’
NADRAP referenced this section of outcrop ‘Carr Hill h’, adding the record to ERA in 2008 and describing:
‘…Apparent ring structure about 0.20 m diameter on edge where a millstone has probably been removed. A curved groove, possibly a natural feature, not definite rock art.’
Two partial rings can be made out around a central raised area on this model. Some elements also appear enhanced. Whilst natural can’t be completely ruled out, it appears unlikely.
Model created from a single pair captured by Dave Tuck, David Jones and Andy Curtis (NADRAP Team 2) in October 2007. The imagery forms part of the NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England and Northumberland County Council.