NGRef: NZ1906
OSMap: LR?
Type: Fort, Camp
NW (8) to Greta Bridge (Durham)
SE (6) to Cataractonivm
NZ1906 c.350 x 310 ft
(c.107 x 94 m)
c.2½ acres
(c.1 ha)

This suspected Roman encampment lies on a high platform astride the main Roman road across Stainmoor in North Yorkshire (now the A66T), about 3¾ miles (c.6 km) from the Scotch Corner junction. The square enclosure with rounded angles measures about 350 ft. by 310 ft. (c.107 x 94 m), thus covering an area of around 2½ acres (c.1 ha). The northern corner-angle and lengths of the adjacent sides are still visible on the ground as raised earthworks. The identification of this site as Roman remains uncertain. (JRS 1951 p.53)

See: Air Reconnaissance of North Britain by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. xli (1951) pp.52-65;
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: CARKIN MOOR"