Galava Roman Fort
- A timber fort was first built here in the late first century.
- The stone fort was built in the early second century.
- The early timber fort was made into a raised platform above the lake’s flood plain to support the later stone fort.
- Garrisoned by a cohort of 500 auxiliary infantry men.
- The fort was occupied until the fourth century.
- There was a large vicus (civilian settlement) to the north and east of the fort.
- Granaries – the most extensive remains here are the granaries with stone wall and buttress foundations.
- Principia – some foundations of the headquarters remain.
- Main and South Gates – some fragments survive.
- Angle Tower – small fragments survive.
- Commanding Officer’s House – sunken and grass-covered outlines of the praetorium.
- Fort Walls – none remain.