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Cup Marked Stone (Prehistoric)

Site Name Auchnacraig

Classification Cup Marked Stone (Prehistoric)

Canmore ID 44523

Site Number NS57SW 21

NGR NS 5004 7383

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council West Dunbartonshire
  • Parish Old Kilpatrick (Clydebank)
  • Former Region Strathclyde
  • Former District Clydebank
  • Former County Dunbartonshire

Archaeology Notes

NS57SW 21 5004 7383

See also NS57SW 33, NS57SW 36, NS57SW 71.

(NS 5004 7383) A cup marked stone, dug up between small holdings nos 3 and 4 about 80' (? 80 yds) S of the road, found by Mr Henderson (no 3 small holding), is now in the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow. (Correspondent's photograph shows an irregularly shaped stone, the upper face (roughly 9" x 10") containing eleven closely grouped cup marks.) Information from A S Robertson to OS, 4 July 1952.

Mr Henderson is now dead and no further information could be obtained with regards to siting.

Visited by OS (R D) 23 August 1966.


Desk Based Assessment (2012)

CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook an assessment of the cultural heritage implications of the proposed route of a replacement overhead line (XF Route) from Neilston, Renfrewshire to Windyhill, East Dunbartonshire.

Although 109 cultural heritage features were identified by the desk-based assessment of the 250m buffer around the proposed route of the replacement XF overhead line, very few of these lie along the route of the line, or in immediate vicinity of the location of any of the towers.

The overhead line replacement project has been assessed against the cultural heritage baseline. Taking into account the construction methodology to be employed and agreed mitigation strategy, it is considered that the development conforms to Local and National Policy relating to the cultural heritage resource.

Funder: Iberdrola

CFA Archaeology Ltd


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