Denholm / Eastcote Temporary Camp

Marching or Temporary Camp

Denholm Camp was first observed from the air in 1960, the west angle of this camp has been eroded by the river Teviot, but enough remains for its outline to be extrapolated and an estimate of its original dimensions made. The main axis of the camp was aligned along the river valley from NE to SW.

The marching camp at Cavers (NT5416) lies about ¾-mile to the south-east, and the [post_id=”10790″]Rubers Law[/link_post] signal station lies about 3 miles to ESE (NT5813).

References for Denholm Camp

  • Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1958-1960 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. li (1961) p.122;
  • Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1961-64 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lv (1965) p.78.

Map References for Denholm Camp

NGRef: NT5417 OSMap: LR79

OS National Grid Reference: NT543177
Dimensions: 1,200 x 1,000+ ft (366 x 305+ m)
Area: c.27½ acres (c.11.1 ha)

Roman Roads near Denholm Camp

None identified

Sites near Denholm / Eastcote Temporary Camp