Also known as Knockraich
Fintry is a small village beyond the Campsie Fells, north of Glasgow. At the edge of a low mound near Endrick Water stands a solitary stone, a little under four feet tall.
In the 16th or 17th century a horse and rider was carved on one face, although this is now difficult to distinguish (that is, I couldn't find it at all!).
1/11 Looking south-east with the Campsie Fells in the background
2/11 Looking east
3/11 The stone is certainly cup-marked, but the marks on this face are natural weathering
4/11 Looking north-west
5/11 Looking north-east to the Fintry Hills. The yardstick is six feet tall
6/11 The grooves and rough face are natural. The depression on top may be artificial
7/11 Looking south-east
8/11 Much of the pock-marking would seem to be artificial (but not necessarily pre-historic)
9/11 This face, according to the CANMORE record, was carved with a horse and rider in the medieval period. We couldn't find the carving.
10/11 Looking south
11/11 Looking down onto the bowl-shaped depression