Mid Calder War Memorial
WM name reference IWM53697
Arched gateway forming the entrance to the cemetery extension. East side the road across from the church Mid Calder Cemetery Main Street Mid Calder West Lothian Lothian EH53 0AW
Stone arched gateway with battlemented turrets. On left a saltire in shield,centre a cross surrounded with a wreath and on right a lion rampant in a shield. With three inscribed bronze plaques - one for WW1 on the outside face of each of the left and right hand gateposts, and the WW2 plaque on the inside face of the right hand gatepost.
World War 1
Over the archway:1914-1919/ ERECTED IN MEMORY OF/ THE MEN FROM MID CALDER PARISH/ WHO FELL IN THE/ GREAT WAR Left Hand WW1 Plaque-[names Allan to J Murrray] Right Hand WW1 Plaque-[names L Murray to Yates] 2nd Right Hans Plaque-ALSO TO THE MEMORY/ OF THOSE WHO FELL IN/ THE SECOND WORLD WAR/ 1939-1945 (NAMES)
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