Rough Castle is probably the best-preserved Roman site along the Antonine Wall. It is also one of the smallest of the 19 forts on the wall, with earthen banks fully six metres wide, enclosing an area of about 1.25 acres.
Seabegs Wood is a small Roman fortlet on the course of the 2nd-century Antonine Wall. The remains consist of earthworks, a ditch, and a section of wall standing in attractive woodland. Bonnybridge, Central Scotland, Scotland