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Romans remain?

A developer bought the Roman Fort site around the disused bus garage at Old Kilpatrick. The lower part of the site is a scheduled ancient monument so must have an archaeological survey before building takes place. Clydebelt attended meetings on providing some kind of Roman History attraction at the site, perhaps a planning permission condition?

In mid 2002 West Dunbartonshire Council seems to be seriously floating the idea of making the fort a tourist attraction, perhaps along with Old Kilpatrick's connections with St Patrick.

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