|Scottish Gaelic: Baile Labhrainn|
Looking west towards Falkirk along the A803 through Laurieston
Laurieston shown within the Falkirk council area
|Population||2,752  (2001 census)|
|OS grid reference|
|– Edinburgh||21.8 mi (35.1 km) E|
|– London||344 mi (554 km) SSE|
|Lieutenancy area||Stirling and Falkirk|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Scottish Parliament||Falkirk East|
The course of the Antonine Wall runs through the village.
Situated on the main street is Hawthorn Cottage, a nineteenth-century stone dwelling that was once owned by Alfred Nobel, inventor of dynamite and creator of the Nobel Prizes after his death. Nobel lived there while managing an explosives factory near the nearby villages of Redding and Westquarter.
- Insight 2001 Census, No. 3 - 2001 Census population of wards and settlements www.falkirk.gov.uk. Retrieved 2009-12-09
- "Nobel in Scotland". Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize. 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-06.
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