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OLD BURROW, Countisbury, Devon. Aerial view. Roman fortlet and signal station overlooking the Bristol Channel near Lynmouth, Exmoor. Probably built in about 51 AD/CE to monitor sea traffic and as a beacon to pass messages along the coast. The active life of this facility probably lasted only a few years from shortly after the Roman invasion until the occupation of South Wales. The earthworks are still quite prominent.

Copyright © Historic England

Media ID 1635905

Date: 12th February 2008

Source: Historic England Print Store

Urgency (1-8) 5=normal: 5

Source: English Heritage Images

Position: Staff Photographer

Credit: Historic England Archive

Creation Date: Tuesday 12th February 2008

Image Size: 3303 x 4954 Pixels

Filesize is 8.18MB

Associated Categories: Aerial Views

Associated Categories: Roman Britain

Associated Categories: Roman forts

Keywords:  aerial  coast  earthwork  roman