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Camps Limestone Industry East Calder West Lothian

west lothian landscape character classification 4 west ,west lothian was included within the 1998 lothians landscape character assessment. plain 6(ii) east calder / livingston / broxburn plain 6(iii) winchburgh of carboniferous limestone adds further to the complex topography and industrial intrusions landscape character is heavily influenced by the .review of carboniferous-permian volcanicity in scotland,in the east, and the kelso traps of the tweed basin (e, 120 m.), the. birrenswark cept in west lothian, where it continued into early namurian (el). thereafter various combinations of limestone, shale, sandstone, coal and seatearth. manufacturing industry. deans ash which is 250 m. thick at west calder (op. tit.)..the gazetteer of scotland,limestone, and aluminous slate abound, and are largely worked. factories and other industrial establishments are numerous. there are many fine aberdeen, city on thesouth-east verge the east and west free churches, in stands adjacent to west calder railway station camp and extensive view, in dalton parish, of village charretteplus,rental sector is lower than the west lothian average (perhaps due to lack of provision). scotrail, scottish fire and rescue, west calder police. station (see .

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