Getting there

DRIVING DIRECTIONS: Kinneil Foreshore / Nature Reserve is on the north west edge of Bo’ness in central Scotland, just off the A904. If you’re travelling from other parts of central Scotland, use the M9 motorway and take the exits to Bo’ness. There is parking off Snab Lane, off Kinneil Road, and off Corbiehall. See the map below  for more information. You can also park at Kinneil Estate and walk to the foreshore. (Maps and directions are available from Kinneil Museum. It will take a 15-20 minute walk to reach the coastline from the Museum.)

RAIL LINKS: The nearest mainline train station is Linlithgow (the next town). Alternatively, visitors to the Bo’ness and Kinneil Steam Railway (run by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society) can visit Kinneil Foreshore by getting off the train at “Kinneil Halt”. It’s a 15-20 minute walk from there up to Kinneil House and Museum and just a few minutes to the coastline.)

BUS LINKS: Linlithgow Rail Station and neighbouring towns have good bus connections with Bo’ness. Visit Traveline Scotland and use their journey planner to help you find relevant services.

AIR: Edinburgh Airport is around 13 miles away. You can get a bus into the city, and then travel back to Bo’ness by train/bus – or by bus. You can also get a taxi to Bo’ness.



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