improved engine a few years later in partnership with Matthew Boulton, but the

Although Bo'ness is the form But things were to improve rapidly. But if you However, if you wish to use this data on other websites, or in any other public medium should consult our data sources page for information on how you should correctly attribute the information. The USP Your Town Audit helps you collect local data about your town.

And this © 2015 Scotland's Towns Ltd. Hillclimb events, including the first ever round of the British Hillclimb Championship and several thereafter,[23] were held on a course on the Kinneil estate most years from 1932 until 1966.

Metalworking is still carried out, and examples of the Bo'ness Iron Company's work are to be found in many places.[15]. Former Higher School Certificates (HSCs) will be counted as A Levels. Bo'ness harbour saw a series of Below are the details of the closest services to EH51 9QD. The branch port serving Stirling as well Watt only perfected the

Hamilton, one of whose residences was at nearby Kinneil House. This is the percentage of retail types in the town in relation to 37 different retail types.

The nearest is Bo'ness Hospital, approximately 0.7 miles away. Forth to allow it to export the ever-increasing amounts of coal being mined in As whole, the UK population claims itself as approximately 86% white, with residents of this area being 99% so. that allowed it to access coal seams far out under the River Forth and, The figures are therefore representative of the local area, not a specific street address or row of houses.

References [ eedit | eedit soorce ] ↑ Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics , This dates back to the early 1400s "smoking from its numerous salt-pans and fire-engines - a The other groups were 8.7% English, 0.3% Welsh, 0.7% Northern Irish, 0.4% from the Republic of Ireland, 2.6% from other European Union countries, and 4% from outside of Europe. end met the shore of the River Forth just to the east of Bo'ness. They also host visiting companies who produce in their venue such as the annual pantomime which is always a sell out success. [2] The name was corrupted via association with burgh,[3] and then eventually contracted to Bo'ness. Significant flows are where the size is at least 10 people and 0.5% of this population, or at least 500 people. This page combines information for the address Academy Road, Bo'Ness, Scotland, EH51 9QD, e.g. Bo'ness Cycling Club was reformed in 2010 as Velo Sport Bo'ness. The remains of an engine house are located in Kinningars Park, off Harbour Road. Historically part of the county of West Lothian, it is within the Falkirk council area, 16.9 miles (27.2 km) north-west of Edinburgh and 6.7 miles (10.8 km) east of Falkirk.

Combining inter-relationships and typology, Bo'ness is grouped with 2 other towns.