The Corbridge Roman Town is situated next
to the village of Corbridge, about 40 miles
east of Carlisle, 21 miles west of Newcastle
just off the A69 road.
The image below is from Corbridge Roman
Town looking southeast to the town of
Corbridge, about 1 mile in distance.
This site is run by English Heritage.
The image below is from the Roman remains
looking back at the visitor centre and large
The image below is of the granaries with
an elevated floor of stone slabs. These are
the best preserved ruins of all the forts
along Hadrian's Wall with columbs still
remaining in places up to about 4 feet.
There are information boards around the
site explaining each area, roads, and the
The image below is from the inside of the
museum. The museum has a good selection of
carved stone, statues, inscribed stones, and
Roman artifacts recovered from the site.
The image below is of the centre of
Corbridge Town. This is a pictureque small
town with three squares, the main square by
the church as seen below, a square at the
town hall, and one at the east side of the
town around the Angel Inn.