NGRef: NY8199
OSMap: LR80
Type: Camp
None identified

There are two more camps nearby at Sills Burn and another three at Birdhope.

NY818998 c.1,050 x c.1,640 ft
(c.320 x c.500 m)
c.39½ acres
(15.9 ha)
This large rectangular camp has only 2 readily identifiable gates, one set in the centre of the E side protected by an external titulum, and another in the S side offset to the E and protected by an internal clavicula. Many other gaps are visible in the perimeter but none can be readily identified as gateways. A cairn occupies the exact centre of the camp, and several (medieval?) bell-pits are scattered about both within and outside the defences.
For further information see Roman Camps in England - The Field Archaeology by the R.C.H.M.E.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: BELLSHIEL CAMP"