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Scenes of Grahamsdyke Road (a take on 'Grymis Dyke' meaning 'strong wall', and an old Scottish name for the Antonine Wall), near to where the Bridgeness Slab distance marker inscription of the Antonine Wall was found in 1848, in Bo'ness, Scotland, on Saturday 20th April 2013. .It is believe that building of the Antonine Wall began in the East of Scotland and Bo'ness is believed to have been the starting point..N56°00.792'.W3°35.657'
- ©Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert 2013. All rights reserved.
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- Edge of an Empire- Scotland's Antonine Wall