Armadale is a town town situated 2 miles (3 km) west of Bathgate in central Scotland within the district of West Lothian. An ex-mining town, Armadale is known locally as The Dale.
The town is well known for its famous leaning clock tower on West Main Street, and it’s unusual public house, “The Goth”, designed on the Swedish Gothenburg System, which sought to reduce alcohol consumption by providing ample coffee and food.
Other attractions in Armadale include the Speedway Stadium, the Armadale Thistle Football team, and historical sites such as the site of Ogilface Castle, on land given to the De Bosco family by David I.
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