Map showing the route of Hadrian's Wall and the location of the wall forts and other forts close to the line of the wall. The marked line is actually that taken by the modern long distance footpath, which follows the wall faithfully for most of its length. The only significant exception is at the far eastern end of the wall, where the wall itself is now lost underneath modern Newcastle on Tyne, and so the footpath follows the Tyne.
|No.||Modern Name||Roman Name|
|3||Burgh by Sands||Aballava|
|4||Stanwix||Uxelodunum or Petrianis|