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The Little Skirtful of Stones cairn, can be found on the Burley Moor area of Rombalds Moor, West Yorkshire, England. Round cairns in this region are usually dated to the Bronze Age (circa 2000-700BC), but the presence of numerous portable cup marked rocks incorporated within the monument probably point towards this being as an early example. The diameter of the extant cairn is approximately 15 metres and it stands 2 metres high, although extensive stone robbing is likely to have taken place. A ridge / platform around the base of the cairn (apparent in the 3D model) may suggest a diameter around 20 metres, but this could only be confirmed with excavation. Around 14 carved rocks have been recorded within the cairn, but only 6 could be located during my visit. Portables do tend to get relocated as people pick them up Model created in Agisoft Photoscan from 41 images captured using a Go Pro 3+ Black mounted on a DJI Phantom 2 on 3 October 2016. A higher resolution model from 77 images has also been processed.