This carved rock can be found to the east of Dobrudden Caravan Park on Baildon Moor, West Yorkshire.
Partly buried in spoil belonging to a filled in mining shaft, this stone has undoubtedly been relocated and then sunk at an angle into uncompacted soil. First published by Arthur Raistrick in 1934, it’s referenced IAG154 in Boughey & Vickerman’s 2003 publication ‘Prehistoric Rock Art of the West Riding’. CSI: Rombalds Moor project referenced the stone ‘Dobrudden (South) 10’ on ERA in 2013. The well preserved motifs consist of cups, rings and connected curvilinear grooves, all of which are broad and deep.
Historic England listing: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012680
This decimated model was created from 7 stereo pairs captured by Peter Butler in May 2012. The imagery forms part of the HLF funded CSI: Rombalds Moor / Watershed Landscape Project archive.