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Carved rock known as the “Haystack” on Rombalds Moor, West Yorkshire, England.
This conspicuous boulder measures 5.3m x 3.5m x 1.7m and sits on Pancake Ridge. Being the most prominent feature on this section of moorland, the stone attracts visitors brought to it by intersecting tracks. Unfortunately, some feel the need to climb the rock, whilst others add graffiti completely unaware of the prehistoric markings. This model was created from 44 images captured from ground level on 3 January 2009 and shows a then recent graffiti attack. Fortunately, the attack was superficial and within a couple of months no traces of it could be seen.
The stone is recorded as IAG 302 in the 2003 publication “Prehistoric Rock Art of the West Riding” and boringly named “Pancake Ridge 05” by me during the recent CSI Rombalds Moor Project, record here: http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/era/section/panel/overview.jsf?eraId=2567