Whitburn is a residential community in West Lothian, Scotland, somewhere between Scotlands' two biggest urban areas, around 23 miles east of Glasgow and 22 miles west of Edinburgh. The closest real towns are Bathgate, 4 miles and Livingston, 6 miles. Initially a little cultivating and weaving network revolved around the Burn that goes through, it was previously a locale of Linlithgow until the point that 1973 and an area of Livingston until the point when 1730 when it set up into its very own as the populace rose. At the point when dependable insights started with the Statistical Accounts of Scotland the populace was included at 1,322 1755 pursued by an all the more precisely include of 1,322 1795.
Whitburn has showed up on maps since the seventeenth century of the Early Modern time frame and shows up on a composition wrote by Scottish guide creator John Adair in 1680. The most punctual archived reference to Whitburn is dated 26th September 1363 and can be found in the Index of Charters by King David II of Scotland. It stipends William de Carnys and his beneficiary Duncan an admission to the terms whereupon they held the baronies of Easter and Wester Whitburn. There were likewise two gold bits of roman coin found in a field in 1845 yet there is no other proof of roman occupation.