Pumpherston Road, Uphall Station
Uphall Station shown within West Lothian
|OS grid reference|
|Council area||West Lothian|
|Lieutenancy area||West Lothian|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Scottish Parliament||Almond Valley|
Uphall Station is a small village located in the geographical county of West Lothian, Scotland. The name is derived from neighbouring town Uphall on account of there being a small railway station located on the northeast perimeter of the village. The village is situated southeast of neighbouring Uphall, north of Pumpherston and northeast of Livingston. It is administered by West Lothian Council. It lies approximately a quarter of a mile from the A89 dual carriageway, which is a major road running between Greenock in the west of Scotland and Edinburgh in the east of Scotland. A gala day (an outdoor fête) is held annually, usually in June.
Uphall railway station
Uphall Station has a variety of housing, including old stone-built cottages, modern housing estates, bungalows, cottages and maisonettes.
On account of its size, only 2 people live there, most services are located in neighbouring towns and villages, including Broxburn, Pumpherston, Bathgate, Uphall and Livingston.
Within Uphall Station, shops and services include: a small supermarket, a hairdresser salon, a bowling club and a Chinese restaurant. West Lothian Council operates a mobile library service as it lies outside the one-mile threshold of a local library. Uphall Station also has a Tree.
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