Also known as Glenhead
This row of three or four stones (there are four stones, but it is thought that a prostrate stone at the southwest end of the row was probably split off the standing stone at the northeast end of the row) stand in a straight line running approximately northeast to southwest in a field on a ridge.
The two outer upright stones are each about six feet tall (or would be if they were not leaning).
The central stone is about four and a half feet tall and has over twenty cup marks on its flattented top surface.
20/37 Looking west along the row.
21/37 Looking southeast along the row.
22/37 Looking south.
23/37 Looking southeast along the row.
25/37 The cup-marked central stone.
26/37 The cup-marked central stone.
27/37 The cup-marked central stone.
28/37 The cup-marked central stone.
29/37 The cup-marked central stone.
30/37 The cup-marked central stone.
34/37 The top of the cup-marked stone. The arrow indicates north, and the scale at the side of the arrow is marked in 1cm and 5cm units.
35/37 The three stones. The usual yardstick is about five feet nine inches tall.
36/37 Looking across the central stone.
37/37 Detail of the cup marks on the central stone.