A niche has been cut into this natural rock face on Dalmeny beach, and within the niche is carved a very worn figure thought to represent an eagle. The proximity of Eagle Rock, also known as Hunter's Craig, to the Roman camp at Cramond has led some historians to suggest that the carving was made by Roman soldiers. Cramond, Lothian, Scotland
Attraction Type: Roman - Carved Stone Heritage Rating:?
There are two sections of the Roman Antonine Wall here, one on either side of the private house known as Watling Lodge. The lodge itself is not open to visitors; the real interest here is the Roman remains in any case! The section to the east is one of the best-preserved ditch sections of the wall defences. At its greatest extent, the ditch is 12 metres wide by 4.5 metres deep. Falkirk, Lothian, Scotland