Vésteinn, Agmundr (and) Guðvér, they raised the stone in memory of Báulfr, their father, a Þegn of strength. He was with the Greeks; then died with them(?) / at <þum>.
There is pretty much lichen on this rune stone, but if you take a closer look you'll see that the front is also crammed with runes.
I wonder if this was the highway to Stockholm (which didn't exist yet) in early medieval days. About 100 meters further north is the modern E4 motorway, with its neverending traffic sound.