Standing Stone, Cambridge, Lauder.
This large standing stone can be seen in a slight hollow and
measures 1.8m high by 1.2m by 1.0m. The west face has two
drilled holes one above the other, as if for a hinge or similar
From the A697 Lauder to Greenlaw road, turn north onto a minor
road at Dod Mill and park in the picnic area. The stone is located
in the field beyond the trees to the north of the stone archway.
Off-road picnic area at road junction.
This standing stone gives little away as to it's original
purpose. It's position beside the road, which is likely to have
been there since ancient times may indicate the stone to be a
marker stone. At Bruntaburn Mill, a mile or so to the north
east, another standing stone (010) can be seen and 052 Dod's
Corse Stone can be found about a mile to the south. All these
three stone are near this same trackway and although the latter
has been "christianised" is may have originally have
been of pagan origin.