More details of the Chesters Roman Camp or Fort.
The general site stood above the river and alowed for views across the river as well as to the north, west and south.
The site was occupied for close to 300 years.
The first photo shows the river North Tyne as it is today. The wall continues on the east side of the river and climbs steeply to Brunton Bank.
Photos 2 and 3 show the extensive buildibg that hiused the bath house and the latrines. The Romans had a means to provide hot water for the rooms are shown with cold baths, warm baths and hot baths as well as a steam room. water was brought in from the west side and after use in the wash rooms and latrines, the water was led to the river.
Photos 4 and 5 show the outline of the Headquarters building as it is now and the artists rendering of the building as it might have been in Roman times.