NGRef: NY 886 708
OSMap: LR87
Type: Camp
None identified

Walwick Fell Temporary Marching Camp

This camp lies almost exactly half-way between the Hadrian's Wall forts at Brocolitia (Carrawburgh) in the west and Cilurnum (Chesters) in the east. The camp at Limestone Corner lies just over a mile to the north-west.

N.G.Ref Dimensions Area Description
NY886708 245 x 246 ft
(75 x 75 m)
c.1½ acres
(0.5 ha)
Located some 330 yards (300m) SW of Hadrian's Wall milecastle-29, this small square camp has four visible gateways, set more-or-less centrally in each of its sides, with external titulum defences recorded outside the NW, SW & SE portals. The camp is aforested with much of its defences obliterated by the roots of trees. A (modern?) stone quarry lies outside the NE defences.
See: Roman Camps in England - The Field Archaeology by Welfare & Swan (HMSO, London, 1995).
Link to maps of the area from: StreetMap Old-Maps MultiMap
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: WALWICK FELL CAMP"