Armadale in Pictures


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Etna Brickworks and one of the few remaining UK Hoffmann kilns in the process of demolition.  (Large version)  Kite aerial photograph


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18 March 2012


The new road from the roundabout near  Armadale Railway Station (to the right), which turns under the railway line south of Tarrareoch Farm to the former Trees Farm location, now the proposed site of the new development including an Asda supermarket and new primary school.   24 March 2012

The last building undergoing demolition at the brickworks 3 April 2012

Sybil Cavanagh oversees Jim Knowles, Rosie and John Wells at the West Lothian Local History Library signing the document which sets up the West Lothian Archaeological Trust that will formally manage the West Lothian Archaeology Group and this website. 19 April 2012


The last lum in Armadale was demolished on 23rd April 2012. Grateful thanks to Alex Hamilton for permission to use his photo of its last moments.

Asda under construction near Armadale Railway Station

Asda to be officially opened 10am Monday 24th September 2012.  Background

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Asda officially opened by Cllr John McGinty  with store manager Kevin McPhee on the left and Ron Dingwall on the right (Chairman of the History of Armadale Association representing 'Local Hero' Davie Kerr). Armadale Primary School Choir video.