The Union Canal at Philpstoun
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Philpstoun is a small village in West Lothian, Scotland, situated roughly 2 miles (3.2 km) east of the historic county town of Linlithgow. The village originated in the oil shale mining boom of the 19th century. Surrounded by rich arable farm land, the village has a Community Education Centre and a Category B listed church. Philpstoun railway station closed in 1951 and Philpstoun and District Bowling Club closed in February 2012.
Philpstoun Community Education Centre is owned and maintained by West Lothian Council. The building was constructed around 1910, originally being referred to as "The Institute at Philpstoun." The building was commissioned by James Ross and Co., Philpstoun Oil Works Ltd, and was constructed along with the three rows of terraced houses to the north of the centre in a development referred to as the "Philpstoun Garden City."
- Historic Environment Scotland. "PHILIPSTOUN MAIN STREET PARDOVAN CHURCH (Category B) (LB12982)". Retrieved 27 December 2018.
- Theodore K. Irvine (1914) Report on the Housing Conditions in the Scottish Shale Field
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