This stone was at one time in the south aisle of the choir [Rutherford Lairs/Jedburgh Abbey], but was removed by the Marquess of Lothian [Kerr], for "the purpose of obtaining a correct drawing" and moved to the north transept. [Kerr burial area] However, it is now on display in the visitor’s center of Jedburgh Abbey.
"A part of the Gosforth Cross showing, among other things, Thor's fishing trip." Yes, the Gosforth carvings seems to favor Norse mythological material dealing with gods combating monsters. And by monsters, in this case, they seem to mean, specifically, Loki's children Jörmungandr and Fenrir.