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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Blackburn

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    Blackburn

    Blackburn is a small industrial town in West Lothian.

  3. less than 2 miles
  4. Bathgate

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    Bathgate

    Situated 18 miles south-west of Edinburgh and Glasgow, Bathgate is West Lothian's second largest settlement.

  5. less than 5 miles
  6. Bents

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    Bents

  7. Livingston

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    Livingston

    Livingston is a 'New Town' west of Edinburgh.

  8. Fauldhouse

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    Fauldhouse

    Fauldhouse is a small town nine miles south-west of Livingston, on the western boundary of West Lothian.

  9. Dechmont

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    Dechmont

    Dechmont is a village situated two miles west of Uphall in West Lothian.

  10. Whitburn

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    Whitburn

    Whitburn, eight miles south-west of Livingston, was a mining town until the closure of its colliery in 1980s.

  11. West Calder

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    West Calder

  12. less than 10 miles
  13. Newbridge

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    Newbridge

    The settlement of Newbridge is just to west of Edinburgh Airport, offering great views of incoming aircraft and access to the M8 and M9.

  14. Uphall

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    Uphall

    Originally called 'Strathbrock (which like Broxburn, means 'valley of badgers'), the settlement of Uphall developed in the mid-19th century thanks to mining.

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