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Topic Started: Apr 19 2009, 08:43 PM (750 Views)
Mike McGuire
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Nowadays, the name High Fogrigg (High Fogridge on Google :$ ) applies to the large house about 250 metres to the SW of Vindolanda. But there are ruins down in the valley bottom to the east which may well be the original site.

Badger, I think one of the ruined buildings you passed will be Cockton, after which the Cockton Burn is named. Another farm that's gone, although it's just outside Harry's 500m radius.

Mike
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