Prehistoric carving found near Coldstone Beck in the Burley Moor area of Rombalds Moor, West Yorkshire.
First published on ‘The Northern Antiquarian (TNA)’ website in 2012, this carving was subsequently recorded by the CSI: Rombalds Moor project as ‘Coldstone Beck 01’ in 2012. TNA describes:
‘The name of the stone comes from the slightly chair-like shape of the rock on which the blatantly obvious cup-markings can be seen. There are at least six of them, with a possible seventh near the top of the rock. Some curious eroded markings can still be to the left-side of the main cups, but I’m unsure as to their nature…’
‘Chair Stone’ on TNA: https://www.thenorthernantiquarian.org/2012/03/13/chair-stone/
Decimated model created from 9 stereo pairs captured by the CSI team in November 2012. The imagery forms part of the HLF funded CSI: Rombalds Moor / Watershed Landscape Project archive deposited with ERA/ADS.