Tweedmouth

Fort

… on high ground a mile south of Tweedmouth, two ditches define the east side and rounded east angles of a small Roman fort of which the north-to-south dimension appears to be at least 250ft. A trench dug by Sir Walter Aitchison in 1946 located one of the ditches and some pottery, including a late third-century mortarium. Much of this post has been obliterated by a reservoir.” (JRS, 1951)

References for Tweedmouth / Berwick Upon Tweed

Journal of Roman Studies xli (1951) p.56.Journal of Roman Studies xli (1951) p.56. Journal of Roman Studies xli (1951) p.56.Journal of Roman Studies xli (1951) p.56.

Map References for Tweedmouth / Berwick Upon Tweed

NGRef: NT9951 OSMap: LR75

Roman Roads near Tweedmouth / Berwick Upon Tweed

Devil’s Causeway: S (27) to Learchild (Learchild, Northumberland)