Craigarnhall Marching Camp

Marching or Temporary Camps

Craigarnhall Camp was discovered on A.P.’s by Prof. J.K. St. Joseph and first reported in 1973, by 1977 Craigarnhall was mooted as a probable member of the so-called “63-Acre” camps. It is aligned east-west.

There is another camp on the opposite bank of the River Tieth at Ochtertyre.

References for Craigarnhall Camp

  • Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1969-72 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lxiii (1973) pp.217/8;
  • Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1973-76 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lxvii (1977) p.135.(1977) p.135.Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1969-72 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lxiii (1973) pp.217/8; Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1973-76 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lxvii (1977) p.135.

Map References for Craigarnhall Camp

NGRef: NS7598 OSMap: LR57

OS National Grid Reference: NS757985
Dimensions: 2,070 x c.1,275 ft (630 x c.390 m)
Area: c.60½ acres (c.24.5 ha)

Roman Roads near Craigarnhall Camp

None identified