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Latitude: 55.996 / 55°59'45"N
Longitude: -3.4743 / 3°28'27"W
OS Eastings: 308141
OS Northings: 679097
OS Grid: NT081790
Mapcode National: GBR 1X.VCFF
Mapcode Global: WH5R4.LKS7
Entry Name: Abercorn Kirk
Listing Date: 22 February 1971
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 330988
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB612
Building Class: Cultural
County: West Lothian
Electoral Ward: Linlithgow
Traditional County: West Lothian
Later 11th cent. Romanesque. Much altered. Originally consisted of aisleless Nave and Chancel. Coursed rubble. Skew-gabled with belfry (for sanctus bell) at E. end of Nave. Slated roofs. Round-headed S. doorway (now built up) of Nave.
ADDITIONS: W. facade (1893) with wheel window and round-arched doorway; Philipstoun Burial Enclosure (1723), Binns Aisle (1618) containing mural monuments (1633, 1642), and Duddingstone Burial Aisle (1603 and 1612)
all on S. side; Hopetoun Aisle (by Sir William Bruce (1707-8) on N. side especially notable, with burial vault and retiring rooms, also Nave Aisle (1893) with Belfry.
INTERIOR: Remodelled 1893 except for Hopetoun Loft (design by Bruce 1707-8; carving by William Eizat, heraldic ceiling by Richard Waitt) at E. end of chancel communicating with Hopetoun Aisle.
In eccesiastical use.
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