Winchburgh Mural Members Photographs Bro. Dr. Ian H. Thomson, P.M. Bro. Norrie Austin, P.M. & Linda Bros. Scott, Geordie & Ian Ryce Bro. Hugh C. Paterson, R.W.M. – 2012 Bro. Graham Bell, J.D. in full flow! Bros. Lacey & Austin get down to some serious work! Bro. Ray Newton, P.M. (furthest right) attending the Installation Meeting of Lodge St. Johnston, Co. Donegal Bros. James Burnett & Andrew Fullerton, H.M. Bros. Charlie Lawrie, Johnnie Merrilees and Bill Ewen, P.M. Look closely, who’s plate? Steam train crosses Beatly Road, Winchburgh (April 2009) Bro Stewart McMeechan I.P.M. on his ascent of Mt. Shisha Pangma, Himalaya’s, Tibet (Height 26,000ft) in April 1995. Stewart is seen holding a flag with the Lodge Hopetoun St. John logo. Historical Photographs Union Canal at Winchburgh Police Station, Winchburgh United Free Church Hall, Niddry Road, Winchburgh Niddry Castle Old signal box at Winchburgh Junction Winchburgh Railway Station The Tally Ho Hotel, Winchburgh R. C. School and Presbytery, Winchburgh (before the Chapel was built) When the oil works closed, the office building was to become the second home of ‘1232’ (1964 – 2005). The Oakbank Oil Co. Ltd. A 2ft 6in guage electrified system, some two miles in length, serving shale mines north of Winchburgh and a refinery east of the village. Loco No.4, a steeple cab built by English Electric in 1927, stood near its shed in a leafy setting at Winchburgh Refinery on 12th May 1956. The line closed early in 1961. Niddry Cottages, looking east Main Street, looking east. This picture was taken from in front of where the old Post Office was – now a garage. Note part of Duntarvie View was single storey Duntarvie Castle The Co-op, Main Street, Winchburgh Bankhead, Niddry – a shop at that time Bridgend School, the first meeting place of Lodge Hopetoun St. John No. 1232 from 1920 until 1964.