Craigston Wood
Johnstone, Renfrewshire
Cup and Ring Carvings Canmore
Also known as Craigenfeoch

Just south of Johnstone, where the road goes through Craigston Wood, is a sandstone outcrop in an area that has been extensively quarried. Carved into the surface are several cup marks, at least four of which have single rings carved around them. One of the rings was added, or at least "enhanced", in modern times.

There are other modern carvings near the ancient art, including an arrow and letters, plus plenty of modern painted graffiti.

Images ©2022 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

6km Castle Semple Collegiate Church Church
8km Crookston Castle Castle
9km Covenanters Stones Stone Circle
9km Moyne Moor Cist; Cairns; Stone Setting
11km Deaconsbank Golf Course Cup and Ring Marks; Millstone Quarry; Dovecot
11km Rouken Glen Cup and Ring Marks
12km Pollock Ring Work Iron Age Fort; Hillfort
14km Whitehill Cup and Ring Marks
14km Carlin Crags Cup Marks
15km Bearsden Bathhouse Roman Fort
18km Carman Muir Burial Chamber Chambered Cairn
18km Craigenkirn Long Cairn? Modern Ruin? A combination?
20km Auld Wives Lifts Carved Stone; Celtic Heads
20km Stockie Muir Chambered Cairn
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)