Muir o' Fauld Roman Signal Station
Muir o' Fauld Roman Signal Station
Muir o' Fauld is the site of a 1st-century Roman watch tower. Though somewhat overgrown, much can still be seen of the tower layout. The site stood in the midst of forest, but this has now been cleared, giving a better idea of the site.
The site consists of a single earthwork bank with a ditch over 3 metres wide, enclosing an area about 16 metres diameter. The tower was square in plan and built of timber, with a post at each corner.

The area around Dundee and Perth is rich in Roman remains, with over 30 sites identifiable. Muir o' Fauld is one of the best preserved of these, and one of several occupying the high ground of the Gask Ridge, where a Roman road can still be traced.