The stone was taken from its original location around 1837
to be used as a foundation for a chimney in one of the
houses of Bärby, however not in the main house which was
demolished in 1911. No rune stone was discovered then.
Bärby has been rebuilt since and many elements have been
moved and added. It would therefore be rather difficult to
figure out which of the houses was built on top of the
I hope that the people of Bärby will keep an eye open
because somewhere under their feet, there's a big runestone
carved by Erik.
Below, you can see an article in Swedish on U 1153,
taken from the book Upplands Runskrifter.