Visiting this one risks life and limb! It lies on the A911 about a mile west of Leslie, and there are no pavements and very little in the way of a verge... Fife drivers exhibit a blithe disregard for minor impediments like speed restrictions, so be very careful. There is a place to park a little way past the stone in the side road leading south.
Canmore's description goes thus: "About 100 yards west of the lodge of Strathendry House, on the south side of the roadway from Leslie to Scotlandwell, a large irregularly shaped block of sandstone, 5 feet in height, has been used to form part of the dike. It stands with its main axis almost due east and west and has a slight inclination towards the north. It tapers from the base upwards to a rounded and somewhat pointed top, its broad flat face to the north measuring 5 feet 7 inches across at 2 feet from the ground. There are no sculpturings. The girth at the base is approximately 16 1/2 feet. This may be the sole survivor of the four stones near Gallant Knowe." I have nothing to add except to reiterate my warning about the road!!! Visited 9th January 2003.