Short Breaks from Bathgate Reviews
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Newest Review: ... the past together very well. More: http://www.linlithgowstory.org.uk The town has always been on one of the major routes in Central Scotland and these days the M9 motorway runs right by it, as well as the Edinburgh/Falkirk/Glasgow railway. But before these transport links there was the canal. Running through the town, just behind the High Street, is the Union Canal, linking Edinburgh to ... more
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by - written on 21/11/02, updated on 21/11/02 (Very useful, 109 readings)
"DREAMTHORP - a castle, a chapel, a lake, a straggling strip of grey houses, with a blue film of smoke over it all, lies embossed in emerald. Nothing could be more peaceful. Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine." So wrote Alexander Smith in an essay about Linlithgow, over a hundred years ago. Here's my update..... LINLITHGOW, 18 miles west of Edinburgh, is the county town of West Lothian and lies on the north side of the Bathgate Hills, about 5 miles from the town of Bathgate. For most visitors, Linlithgow means the royal palace overlooking the loch, the grassy parklands of the peel and the golden crown of ... Read the complete review
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