In 1995 the fort was repaired; but up until then it was described as the ‘Black’ fort and that is what I saw on my first visit back in 1986. Even in its dilapidated state it was still an impressive building with dark grey almost black walls. Now it is a rather nice honey colour and is somehow less ominous as it looks down on the surrounding area.
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Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood