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Boulder found on Crag End, E of Greenlee Lough, N of Bardon Mill, Northumberland.
Positioned part way down a steep escarpment in an odd position. Referenced ‘Greenlee Lough b’ on the Beckensall Archive (‘BA), this carving was added to ERA by NADRAP in 2008. The team describe:
“Undercut outcrop on edge of steep slope with two basins (clearly of artificial origin) connected by a shallow, curved groove…The basins may have had a prehistoric origin, but this remains uncertain. The larger of the two basins is little eroded and maybe of fairly recent origin, possibly connected with the group of ruined shielings located immediately to the east at Cragend. Its likely purpose is a mystery as the ground would appear too steep for its use as an animal drinking trough.”
Model created from 3 images captured by NADRAP Team 2 in November 2007. Imagery forms part of the NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England.