This class I symbol stone is decorated with three symbols and was found close to farm buildings at Greens.
The stone was discovered in 1923 face down around 0.3m below the surface by the farmer Mr D Laughton while digging a drain in the farmyard around 3 to 4m north-east of farm buildings.
It is carved with a circular disc and notched rectangle above a crescent and V-rod and a mirror.
The stone is now in the National Museum of Scotland with the accession number X.IB.203.
Alternative names for Greens