The Doubler Stones are two prominent, mushroom shaped, weather worn areas of outcrop in the Doubler Stones Allotment area of Rombalds Moor.
These wonderful naturally crafted sculptures were recorded IAG41 & IAG42 in Boughey & Vickerman’s 2003 publication ‘Prehistoric Rock Art of the West Riding’. The authors describe this one (IAG41) as:
‘Mushroom-like residue of erosion of bedrock with harder grit overlaying pillar of softer sandstone. Several clear cups, lines and deep basins.’
This model shows the carved surface of the most southerly (& westerly) stone referenced ‘Doubler Stones (s) 01’ by the CSI: Rombalds Moor project in 2013.
Historic England listing: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1011706
This decimated model was created from 3 stereo pairs captured by Dave Spencer in July 2013. The imagery forms part of the HLF funded CSI: Rombalds Moor / Watershed Landscape Project archive.