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Antonine Wall: Croy Hill

Part of Rome's north-west frontier built in the

Antonine Wall: Croy Hill

Though the fort is not visible, the wall ditch survives and there are two beacon platforms.

Here the Romans had to cut through solid rock to create the ditch.

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Region – Glasgow, Clyde and Ayrshire

Between Croy and Dullatur. Access from B802.

Grid reference - NS 725 762 - 739 769.