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Scheduled area of outcrop in the Elsdon area of Northumberland.
Recorded as Tod Crag 1a on the Beckensall archive, this carved area of outcrop was added to ERA by the Northumberland & Durham Rock Art Project in 2008. To the modern eye, prehistoric carvings often appear as randomly placed, but this example appears more ordered, with seven cup and multi-ringed motifs forming an arc. Other motifs consist of single cups, and cups with single rings. An interesting element is that each multi-ringed motifs within the arc appears to have been placed on a small fissure. Is this chance, or part of the design?
Historic England scheduling: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1013542
This decimated model was created in August 2019, from 6 stereo pairs captured by Joe Gibson during NADRAP recording on 29th April 2007. Imagery formed part of the ERA / NADRAP archive. A 5mp Nikon Coolpix 5400 was used.