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    Weston Moor Plantation


    Join date : 2011-05-29
    Location : Earby used to be in Yorkshire

    Weston Moor Plantation

    Post  QDanT on Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:22 am

    Well I've had no replies to
    and can't find any links on TNA to 002 at SE 18335 49152

    So I'm still wondering if it's been recorded before ?
    cheers all

    Out here at the perimeter, there are no stars.

    Join date : 2009-08-20
    Location : Yorkshire

    Re: Weston Moor Plantation

    Post  Paulus on Wed Jul 13, 2011 1:18 pm

    Hi Danny!

    QDanT wrote:Well I've had no replies to
    and can't find any links on TNA to 002 at SE 18335 49152

    Patience dear fellow! I've got tons of stuff to do, soz... Embarassed But this one has been recorded, but been thought of as being pretty recent. Boughey & Vickerman list it as stone 536 & say the following:

    "Large isolated conspicuous triangular rock tilted in its own clay-bottomed ditch, over 1.5m high & 1m wide at base: appears to have been quarried. 2 possible broad pecked grooves running together on E face & possible cup and notch on N face. Doubtful - could all be quarry marks."

    Your image does seem to show extra lines and possible faint cups. We could do with giving it another look-over, in good lighting.

    Back later!

    CHeers - Paul

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