The Antonine fort at Westerwood lies about ¾ mile to the west of the Tollpark camp and the fort at Castlecary a similar distance to the north-east. There are marching camps about ½ mile to the east at Garnhall and others about a mile to the south-west at Dullatur. The Military Way was investigated at Tollpark in 1983, when it was found to be 22½ feet wide (6.3 m), the road metalling being laid upon a base of turves.

This camp was first recorded on aerial photographs taken by J.K. St. Joseph in 1949, which revealed 400 ft. of the W side, 330 ft. of the N side and the connecting NW corner-angle. Further A.P.’s taken in 1951 revealed the E half of the camp, establishing its size at a little over 5¼ acres. A gateway was recorded in the E side.

References for Tollpark Camp

  • Air Reconnaissance of North Britain by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. xli (1951) p.62;
  • Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1951-5 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. xlv (1955) p.86;
  • Britannia xv (1984) p.276; Britannia xxx (1999) p.329.

Map References for Tollpark Camp

NGRef: NS7777 OSMap: LR64

OS National Grid Reference: NS778775
Dimensions: c.550 x 420 ft (c.168 x 128 m)
Area: c.5¼ acres (c.2.15 ha)

Roman Roads near Tollpark Camp

None identified

Sites near Tollpark Camp