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This stone stands in a field just on the eastern outskirts of Kirkcaldy, just where the A921 branches from the A92. Parking can be accomplished a couple of hundred metres along this road (a small layby). It is a large lump of sandstone standing just under 2m high, 1m wide, and about 0.6m thick, aligned E-W. There is one small cup mark high on the north face of the stone. According to the old Statistical Accounts, it marks the traditional site of a battle with the Danes about AD. 874.|
|big sandy |
|This stone is no longer on the site. It has been removed for safe keeping while some sort of deep earth coal mining is going on. I think it is being held by Fife Council|
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