Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire
Cup and Ring Marks Canmore
Also known as New Kilpatrick

Near Whitehill Farm at New Kilpatrick, at the northern edge of Glasgow, are quite a number (at least ten) of rock surfaces with plain cups and cup-and-ring markings. Many of these are in very good condition, despite being on or by a public footpath.

Images ©1999 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

3km Bearsden Bathhouse Roman Fort
4km Craigenkirn Long Cairn? Modern Ruin? A combination?
7km Auld Wives Lifts Carved Stone; Celtic Heads
7km Blanefield Standing Stones; Cairn
7km Broadgate Farm Standing Stone
7km Strathblane Parish Church Standing Stone
8km Stockie Muir Chambered Cairn
11km Crookston Castle Castle
12km Pollock Ring Work Iron Age Fort; Hillfort
14km Craigston Wood Cup and Ring Carvings
15km Carman Muir Burial Chamber Chambered Cairn
16km Deaconsbank Golf Course Cup and Ring Marks; Millstone Quarry; Dovecot
16km Rouken Glen Cup and Ring Marks
16km Fintry Standing Stone
16km Cameron Home Farm Chambered Cairn; Cup Mark
17km Waterhead Standing Stones
18km Garadh Ban Wood Chambered Cairn
18km St. Maha's Well Standing Stone; Well
19km Castle Semple Collegiate Church Church
20km Covenanters Stones Stone Circle
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)