NGRef: NO 060 232
OSMap: LR58
Type: Roman Watch-tower, Signal-station
NE (3.5) to Bertha
WSW (11) to Strageath
WSW (2) to Westmvir (Tayside)

Discovered from the air in 1986, this small signalling station or watch-tower lies on the Gask Ridge beside the Roman road between Bertha and Strageath, just 1 1/3 miles from the similar station discovered the previous year at Huntingtower. The ditch was V-shaped, 6¾ ft. wide and 2¾ ft. deep (2.04 x 0.84 m), backed by a turf rampart which had been deliberately thrown into the ditch after a short period of use.

See: Britannia xviii (1987) p.309;
Britannia xxxi (2000) pp.379/80;
Britannia xxxii (2001) p.319;
Britannia xxxiii (2002) p.285;
Britannia xxxiv (2003) p.302.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: PEEL"