This is a two platform station. There is a very small car park on the north side.
The main station building was on the eastbound platform.
The goods yard was not by the station, but further east at Fauldhouse Goods. Further east again the line passed over the Longridge to Bathgate (Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway) and, beyond that, the Fauldhouse Viaduct.
To the west of the station was a branch to the Fauldhouse Colliery (opened around 1896). Access was controlled by Fauldhouse Station signal box, closed in 1904.
A Civil Defence Store was located just to the north of the station.
Further west was Benhar Junction at Benhar Summit.
Fauldhouse and Crofthead
| Fauldhouse No 1 Colliery
Fauldhousehills Sandstone Quarry
East Badallan Colliery
Benhar Branch Junction
Braehead Colliery Pit No 1
Thornton Pit No 2
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.
|West Lothian rotary club rewarded for keeping train station on track [Daily Record]
|Hi-tech cameras to be installed at three West Lothian train stations will 'analyse movements of passengers on platforms' [Daily Record]
|Fauldhouse road closed after roof ripped off double-decker bus by railway bridge [Scotsman]
|Rail bus service to return [Scotsman]
Vanished Railways of West Lothian