Addiewell Co-op

By Margaret Collins

Photo:Addiewell Co-op was on the West Calder road.  The building still survives though in different use nowadays.

Addiewell Co-op was on the West Calder road. The building still survives though in different use nowadays.

AddiewellHeritage.org.uk. All rights reserved.

Photo:Addiewell Co-op with the Institute Hall above.

Addiewell Co-op with the Institute Hall above.

West Lothian Local History Library. All rights reserved. S1. 140.

Photo:In the background of this photo of part of the May Procession you can see the outside stairs that led up to the Institute Hall above the Co-op.  The hall was the location for most wedding receptions, dances and concerts in the old days.

In the background of this photo of part of the May Procession you can see the outside stairs that led up to the Institute Hall above the Co-op. The hall was the location for most wedding receptions, dances and concerts in the old days.

John Kelly. All rights reserved. S1. 147.

Photo:Sixteen members of staff at Addiewell Co-op in the early 1900s!

Sixteen members of staff at Addiewell Co-op in the early 1900s!

John Kelly & Adam Prentice. All Rights Reserved. S1. 71.

Photo:Some of the shop assistants behind the counter in the grocery department of the Co-op.

Some of the shop assistants behind the counter in the grocery department of the Co-op.

John Kelly & Adam Prentice. All Rights Reserved. S1. 73.

Photo:Co-op bakers at work in Addiewell Co-op

Co-op bakers at work in Addiewell Co-op

John Kelly & Adam Prentice. All Rights Reserved. S1. 74.

Photo:Loganlea Rows also had a branch of the West Calder Co-op

Loganlea Rows also had a branch of the West Calder Co-op

John Kelly & Adam Prentice. All Rights Reserved. S1. 75.

This page was added by Margaret Collins on 28/03/2012.