Ardunie Roman Signal Station

Near Trinity Gask, Perthshire



Visit the site of a Roman watch tower, one of a series running between Ardoch and the Tay.

Ardunie Roman Signal Station dates to the first century AD. The construction of it and other Roman towers along Gask Ridge predates the Antonine Wall, which began construction in AD 142.

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