Extensive remains of Roman Occupation at Housesteads
Walk Photo 119802
Caption - At Housesteads (Vercovicium Roman Fort) the remains of the Roman Occupation are extensive although sadly limited to the foundations. Shown here are the piers that kept the granary floors free from damp and vermin.
Walk 1198 : Hadrian's Wall from Steel Rigg
Photographer : Lou Johnson
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The Northumberland National Park covers a diverse area of landscape between the Tyne and the Scotland England border. The highest point within the National Park is the Cheviot and besides this famous hill there are many other notable summits. The valleys are also of interest to walkers, although some have restricted access. More Information