NGRef: NS8580
OSMap: LR65
Type: Camp
None identified
Camelon Camp 1
NS8580 550 x 400+ ft
(168 x 60+ m)
>5 acres
(>2 ha)
Lying about ¼mile south-west of the Camelon fort, this camp, together with Camps #2 and #3 were all discovered on A.P.'s taken in the 1940's. (St. Joseph, 1951)
Lochlands 1, Camelon Camp 2
NS8580 500+ x ? ft
( x ? m)
( ha)
This camp lies ½mile north of the fort close to Lochlands Farm. (St. Joseph, 1951)
Lochlands 2, Camelon Camp 3
NS8580 c.300 x 270 ft
(c.46 x 41 m)
<2 acres
(c.0.75 ha)
This camp lies ½mile north of the fort to the south-west of the Lochlands Farm. (St. Joseph, 1951)
Carmuirs, Camelon Camp 4
NS8580 775 x 660 ft
(118 x 101 m)
11¾ acres
(4.75 ha)
Its discovery reported in 1958, this camp lies some ¾mile south-west of the fort. Gates have been noted in both the east and south sides. (St. Joseph, 1951)
Lochlands 3, Camelon Camp 5
NS854812 ? ft
(? m)
? acres
(? ha)
This camp was discovered on A.P.'s by J.K. St. Joseph and first reported in 1977.
Three Bridges 1, Camelon Camp 6
NS8580 x ft
( x m)
( ha)
This camp lies to W of the Camelon fort at Three Bridges, and displays several construction phases.

See: Air Reconnaissance of North Britain by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. xli (1951) p.62;
Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1955-7 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. xlviii (1958) p.89;
Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1958-1960 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. li (1961) pp.122/3;
Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1973-76 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lxvii (1977) p.135;
Britannia ix (1978) p.413;
Britannia xiii (1982) p.337;
Britannia xiv (1983) pp.287/8;
Britannia xv (1984) p.274;
Air Reconnaissance in Roman Britain 1977-1984 by G.S. Maxwell and D.R. Wilson in Britannia xviii (1987) pp.29/30 & plate.IXa;
Britannia xix (1988) pp.426/7 & fig.8;
Britannia xx (1989) p.271;
Britannia xxv (1994) p.257 & fig.6 p.258;
Britannia xxx (1999) pp.328/9;
Britannia xxxiv (2003) pp.302.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: LOCHLANDS/CAMELON CAMPS"