Nancy's Hill

One of the Bathgate Hills of West Lothian, Nancy's Hill is the easternmost of three modest summits at Parkley, 1½ miles (2.5 km) southeast of Linlithgow, reaching 135m (442 feet) above sea level. The others are Peat Hill and Jock's Hill. Parkley Fishery occupies a former quarry which cuts deeply into the western slopes of this hill. Nancy's Hill is a strip of woodland which extends from the summit down the eastern tail of the hill, towards another former whinstone quarry (Nancy's Hill Quarry).

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