Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.Station code: UHA National Rail ScotRail
This is a two platform station with a car park alongside each platform. Uphall itself is to the north and the station is in the village of Uphall Station, which developed after the station opened.
The station was, at one time, very much at the crossroads of shale oil works lines.
The original station was on the same site. The goods yard was east of the station, on the south side.
It was described in the Ordnance Survey Name Book
A small but neat Stone building, two stories high & slated. It has a small booking office and one small waiting room. It is situated on the Bathgate Branch of the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway. It serves as a Station for Uphall & Midcalder. The Station Master Mr. Borthwick.
Ratho (Low Level)
| Camps Junction [NB]|
Middleton Hall Sidings
Roman Camp Oilworks
Pumpherston Oil Works
Muirhead Canal Bridge
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|12/06/1934||Edinburgh and Bathgate Railway|
A road tanker crashes into a overbridge by Uphall station killing a man and injuring a youth
|24/03/1986||Edinburgh and Bathgate Railway|
Re-opened to passengers with stations at Uphall, Livingston North, and Bathgate.
Vanished Railways of West Lothian