Photo Gallery for the Union Canal between Linlithgow and the Almond Aqueduct - Scroll down to see all the photos:


Moorings for Park Bistro on the Union Canal Farm Cottages at Park Farm on the Union Canal
(Above) Willow on mooring pontoons for the Park Bistro, between Linlithgow and Philipstoun. As a hotel boat we provide all meals for guests - but if we are off duty, it's the restaurant that we would recommend.
Photo Credit: Liz West, our pal from Nb Uisge Beatha.
(Above) A rural stretch - these would have been farm workers cottages in a previous age. I'm actually jealous, if we didn't spend so much time on a boat, it's a type of house I would like.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services
Open countryside between Linlithgow and Philipstoun Philipstoun
(Above) A rural stretch - Attractive open views between Linlithgow and Philipstoun.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services
(Above) Philipstoun.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services

Wooded Cutting on Union Canal at Winchburgh Fawns Park Farm on the Union Canal near Winchburgh
(Above) On cruising through the Winchburgh cuttings on a spring morning, one of our guests commented that she expected to see Bambi - actually quite descriptive of the nature of the woods.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services
(Above) Fawns Park near Winchburgh.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services

Niddry Castle Broxburn on the Union Canal
(Above) Niddry Castle at Winchburgh.
Photo Credits: Liz West, our pal from Nb Uisge Beatha
(Above) The Basin at Broxburn.
Photo Credits: Scott Marine Services

Almond Aqueduct on the Union Canal
Almond Aqueduct on the Union Canal
(Above) Flat calm in Autumn on the approach to, and the crossing of, the River Almond Aqueduct.
Photo Credit: Kevin Castle, Evesham

Almond Aqueduct on the Union Canal The Lade at Almond Aqueduct on the Union Canal
(Above) Taking a walk west from the Aqueduct along the hill above the River Almond - then looking back at the aqueduct.
Photo Credits: Scott Marine Services
(Above) Willow moored at the quayside at the Almond Aqueduct. The watercourse approaching the camera is Linn's Lade (a miniature canal) flowing into the Union canal.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services