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Rombald's Moor

Rombald's Moor by Chris Collyer I finally re-found this stone although I still don’t know if it has a name – for convenience I’ve decided to call it the Goth Stone (don’t ask!). It is at SE12734625 and stands on the same track that leads southwest across the moor north of Backstone Beck and passes Backstone Circle. It measures 120x110cm and has around 45 cups, a ring and several deep grooves. One of these grooves runs along the line of a natural fault in the stone.
These is another carved stone just to the northwest (I’ve called it the Second Goth Stone)
Chris Collyer Posted by Chris Collyer
12th May 2003ce
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