|Máirín Mac Carron
|1 August 2002
|Cross, west view.
|churchyard at Gosforth.
|442cm (174'') high.
|Stone type: medium-grained red sandstone.
|West view of Cross shaft, dated to the first half of the tenth century.
|There is a staff held horizontally across the panel by a human figure who is also horizontal as he is depicted as standing
on the left-hand moulding. He is holding a horn in his outstretched left hand.
|Below this figure there is an upside down horseman. His left hand is on the horse's neck and his outstretched right arm holds
a spear behind the horse.