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Boulder on Ravensheugh Crags, SW of Wark, Northumberland.
This rock sits amongst a cluster of other carvings, to the E of the four-poster stone circle on Ravensheugh Crag. It’s referenced ‘Goatstones h’ on the Beckensall Archive (‘BA) and described as ‘A single cup that has been quarried through.’
NADRAP referenced the stone ‘Goatstones h 30’ on ERA in 2008, describing:
‘Small boulder turf-covered on west and SW sides. ‘Cup’ on NE side is possibly the result of quarry damage or natural erosion.’
Take your pick.
Model created from a single stereo pair captured by Dave Tuck & David Jones (NADRAP Team 2) in August 2007. The imagery forms part of the NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England and Northumberland County Council.