Minimal remains of a Roman fort have been identified on the east bank of the river Avon, near the site of Inveravon Tower, but no traces of the fort are visible on the ground today.
It is likely that any fort here would have been very small and was probably located here to guard the river crossing. A number of excavations have revealed the foundations of stone walls and cobbled surfaces as well as ‘expansions’ which may have been signal or beacon towers and a section of the Military Way. The probable site of the fort can be found on the north bank of the river Avon, close to Polmonthill ski slope and to the south of the A905.
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