• St Nicholas Church, Uphall

    St Nicholas Church, Uphall

  • Burnside Road, Uphall

    Burnside Road, Uphall

  • Uphall Main Street

    Uphall Main Street

  • Tram on Main Street, Uphall

    Tram on Main Street, Uphall

  • Looking East along Main Street, Uphall

    Looking East along Main Street, Uphall

  • Ecclesmachan Road, Uphall

    Ecclesmachan Road, Uphall

  • Millers Bridge, Uphall

    Millers Bridge, Uphall

  • Middleton Hall, Uphall

    Middleton Hall, Uphall

  • West Main Street, Uphall

    West Main Street, Uphall

  • Gala Day at Uphall Public School

    Gala Day at Uphall Public School

  • Uphall from Middleton Lodge

    Uphall from Middleton Lodge

  • Staff of Uphall Public School

    Staff of Uphall Public School

  • Old Mill, Uphall

    Old Mill, Uphall

  • Wyndford Avenue, Uphall

    Wyndford Avenue, Uphall

  • Looking East along Main Street, Uphall

    Looking East along Main Street, Uphall

  • Looking West along Main Street, Uphall

    Looking West along Main Street, Uphall

  • The Gates, Main Street, Uphall

    The Gates, Main Street, Uphall

  • Main Street, Uphall

    Main Street, Uphall

  • Uphall Gala Day Parade, July 1926

    Uphall Gala Day Parade, July 1926

  • Officers (NCO's and Men) - No 7 Platoon in Uphall - 1942

    Officers (NCO's and Men) - No 7 Platoon in Uphall - 1942

  • West Main Street, Uphall

    West Main Street, Uphall

  • Burnside Road, Uphall

    Burnside Road, Uphall

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Strathbrock Castle

The actual location of Strathbrock Castle is not known and over the years many local historians have suggested various possibilities.

In the "History and Antiquities of the Parish of Uphall" by Rev James Primrose, it is suggested that Strathbrock Castle was on the north side of the Brox-burn.

However, the best information and theories on the location of Strathbrock Castle can be found at www.cyberscotia.com.  cyberscotia, run by Dr Sweeney-Turner, is an excellent resource which contains a wealth of information about the ancient Lothians.

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