The eastern end of the Antonine Wall was located somewhere near Bridgeness on the Firth of Forth.
There are no visible remains of the rampart or ditch here, but the site is worth a visit for its display of a new replica of the Bridgeness Distance Slab. Unveiled in Kinningars Park in September 2012, this impressive slab records the construction of 4,652 feet by the Second Legion and shows images of triumphant Romans mowing down barbarians, and a sacrifice scene.
© Hunterian Museum
The original slab can be seen in the National Museum of Scotland. The replica can be viewed close to where the original slab was found, on Harbour Road, Bo’ness, opposite the entrance to Bridgeness Crescent.
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