Hadrian's Wall: Cumbrian Remains Hadrian's Wall: Cumbrian Remains English Heritage


There are very few sections of the wall still standing in their original location (large parts of the wall have been used since the Norman times to create Castles, homes, farms and even field boundary walls, it's all still there, just not where the Romans put it!). But the section that runs from Birdoswald Fort is pretty impressive and well worth a walk along. Part way down there are the remains of one of the Mile forts.



Getting There

***2021 Update*** The 685 bus runs from Carlisle out to Brampton and onto Haltwhistle where the AD122 bus can be picked up to explore the wall
Latitude: 54.990776; Longitude: -2.595026
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Disclaimer: Details correct at time of writing (24/05/2009), and on time of last update (04/08/2021) but may no longer be accurate, particularly if some time has passed.