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Stone found on private land in the Scrainwood area, north of Netherton, Northumberland.
This was thought to be a new discovery during NADRAP surveys. It’s referenced ‘Scrainwood Quarry N01’ on ERA and described as:
‘This is a rounded boulder now located near the bottom of a small disused sandstone quarry and may derive from the site or removed here in field clearance. A probable cup mark is on the rounded end of the boulder. The mark is circular and about 0.06 m diameter, carved into the sloping suface of the rock. Another, similar, previously recorded panel is nearby within 10 m.’
Model created from 2 stereo pairs captured by Joe Gibson (NADRAP Team 2) in March 2007. The imagery forms part of the full NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England and Northumberland County Council.