The best examples of stone structures along the entire Antonine Wall can be seen within a modern housing development in Bearsden.
The fort which once lay here is now mostly covered over by roads and houses, but you can visit the exposed remains of a Roman bath-house and latrine block within the area of the fort’s annexe.
These buildings provide a valuable insight into the rhythms of the soldiers’ daily lives. Several artefacts have been found here including the carved head of a goddess, a gaming board, and a building stone inscribed by men of the Twentieth Legion.
The site is signed from Bearsden Cross on A810 and lies approximately 600m down Roman Road. Free car parking is available 300m west along Roman Road from the site.
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