Historic Attractions in Loch Lomond, Stirling & the Trossachs
Subcategory: Historic Sites & Monuments, Lighthouses or Towns & Villages
Rowardennan, by Drymen, Stirlingshire, G63 0AR
Archaeological traces of typical post-medieval farming settlement, linked by an enjoyable trail with guide leaflet.
A well preserved length of the deep ditch that once protected the north side of the wall can be seen here. The wall...
Bonnybridge, Falkirk, FK4
A well preserved section of the Roman wall and ditch that once divided the tribal north from the Roman south, can be seen...
This handsome bridge was built in about 1500, possibly replacing a wooden bridge. Until quite recently this was the lowest...
This is the best preserved section of the wall that, for about 20 years from 140 AD, divided the Roman south from the...
|1||Ardess Hidden History Trail||Rowardennan, by Drymen, Stirlingshire, G63 0AR|
|2||Antonine Wall - Watling Lodge (HS)||Falkirk, FK1|
|3||Antonine Wall - Seabegs Wood (HS)||Bonnybridge, Falkirk, FK4|
|4||Stirling Old Bridge (HS)||Stirling, FK8|
|5||Antonine Wall - Rough Castle (HS)||Bonnybridge, FK4|
|6||King's Knot||Stirling, FK8|
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