General

General

Vision of Britain through Time

Castlecary – Wikipedia

Castles

Castlecary Castle – Falkirk Local History Society

Industry

Castlecary Limeworks

Religion

Roman

Castlecary Roman Fort

Castlecary – Antonine Wall: Frontiers of the Roman Empire

Corner of fort looks visible on aerial maps but the NLS and Canmore maps suggest fort actually lies immediately to the north east

Castlecary Roman Fort – Canmore

Castlecary Roman Fort – Historic Scotland

Castlecary, Antonine Wall Fort – Roman Britain

Garnhall – Antonine Wall: Frontiers of the Roman Empire

Castlecary = Coria Damniorum?

Playfair, James (1809), p92

The Damnii seem to have occupied the principal part of Scotland … Coria Damniorum, Castle Cary, near Cumbernauld-house, one of the principal stations on the wall of Antoninus.

Coria, Wikipedia

A Brythonic equivalent of the Latin Curia, used as a place-name in Roman Britain and elsewhere

Curia, Wikipedia

A curia, plural curiae, is an assembly, council, or court, in which public, official, or religious issues are discussed and decisions made.

Transport

Castlecary Arches

Officially the Redburn Rail Viaduct.

British Listed Buildings

Castlecary Disaster – Railscot

Bridges

Putlock Bridge – Geograph

Bridge 13 – Geograph

Forth and Clyde Canal

Questions