An area of outcropping on Rivock Edge, in a private plantation towards the SW end of Rombalds Moor, West Yorkshire.
This is the middle of three sections of exposed outcropping with possible carvings on Rivock Edge. It was recorded ‘IAG46’ by Boughey & Vickerman’s in their 2003 publication ‘Prehistoric Rock Art of the West Riding’, where it’s described as:
‘Large rock, part of natural outcrop. Nine or so cups and other cup-like markings.’
The CSI: Rombalds Moor project recorded the stone ‘Rivock 03’ on ERA in 2013 describing similar motifs. However, they also note that some or all depressions are ‘cup-like’ and could be caused by natural weathering.
Historic England scheduling: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1011660
This decimated model was created from seven stereo pairs captured by Richard Stroud (CSI Team) in June 2013. The imagery forms part of the HLF funded CSI: Rombalds Moor / Watershed Landscape Project archive.