I was up at Danby Rigg on Thursday having a mooch around the ring cairns and enclosure up there, if you’ve not been it’s a crackin’ place with tons of multiperiod archaeology, cairnfields, ring cairns, walls, enclosures, dykes, earthworks, marker stones, a corpse road and much more besides
I was sat having my lunch beside the lovely standing stone in the most easterly of the ring cairns (235 in Harding’s survey) I have remarked before that I believe this stone to be cupmarked with one single cup on the easterly face. http://www.themodernantiquarian.com/post/25233/danby_rigg.html
I have now noticed another feature on the opposite, westerly side.
It appears to be a possible eroded motif of small cups encircling a central depression.
It may be nothing or something I don’t know, if your up that way it’s worth a look.