We hope that you enjoy the improved Linlithgow Cross webcam - much better images and viewable on most platforms, including Apple devices. The new camera was installed by Pride & Passion Linlithgow, funded by Linlithgow and Linlithgow Bridge Town Management Group and its running costs are met by the Linlithgow Town Centre BID. The video is relayed by Streamdays.
The focal point in Linlithgow is The Cross, in the centre of the High Street. Its main feature is the Cross Well. The original was erected before 1553 but it was rebuilt in 1628, was damaged by Cromwell's troops in 1650 and was rebuilt again in 1658. The present well, a replica of the previous one, was constructed in 1807. It was restored to working order in 1989 and unveiled by Queen Elizabeth to commemorate Linlithgow's 600 years as a royal burgh
Behind the Cross Well is the Burgh Halls, on the site of the former Town House, which has recently been refurbished and converted to a Community Arts Centre.
The north west corner of The Cross is occupied by Cross House, built in 1700 and now used for church an community meetings.
Between Cross House and the Burgh Halls the Kirkgate leads up to Linlithgow Palace and St Michael's Church.
The remaining wiews from this camera are to the west and east along Linlithgow High Street.
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The installation of this webcam was funded by West Lothian Council.
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