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Bailie, W (GUARD Archaeology Ltd.) (2011) Wellington Bridge, Carzield Roman Fort, Kirkton, Dumfries Data Structure Report. Glasgow: GUARD Archaeology Limited, 3410. https://doi.org/10.5284/1017614

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Document Details

TitleWellington Bridge, Carzield Roman Fort, Kirkton, Dumfries Data Structure Report
AuthorsBailie, W (GUARD Archaeology Ltd.)
ProducerGUARD Archaeology Limited
Place of productionGlasgow
Other bibliographic details3410

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Site details

Location
Site nameWellington Bridge
ParishKIRKMAHOE
CountyDUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY
CountrySCOTLAND
Grid reference NX 968 818 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ROMAN FORTROMAN
CAST METAL OBJECTUNCERTAIN
METAL HOBNAILS?UNCERTAIN
TILE FRAGMENTSUNCERTAIN
 

Other details

DescriptionDSR describing the watching brief and excavation of possible Roman surface remains along a 90m long water pipe trench across the internal area of Carzield Roman Fort.
Associated identifier guardarc1-119340