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TURRET 36A

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The site of Roman turret 36A, part of the defences on Hadrian's Wall. The turret was excavated in 1946 and found to have narrow walls and a door to the east. It is now visible as an irregular platform surviving up to 17 metres north-east/south-west by 6 metres transversely and up to 1.1 metres high at NY 7931 6915. No internal features were recorded, and it is partly overlain by Wall tumble.

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