At the Station Rows there are eighteen houses of two apartments, and two houses of three apartments. There is no scullery or washhouse for twelve of these houses, but coal-cellars, and also dry-closets of a kind, are provided. Refuse is removed weekly from ash-pits. Sewage is disposed of by open channel. The rent is 2s. 5d. and 2s. 11d. per week respectively, inclusive of local and county rates. White Row consists of 5 two-apartment houses, with scullery and washhouse, seven houses with kitchen, bed-room, scullery, and washhouse, also two single ends. The latter nine houses are of a very poor type. The sewage is removed by open channel. Ash-pits are emptied weekly. There are five privies of a deplorable pattern for fourteen families. Water is obtained from washhouses. Rents are 1/1. and 1/8. per week, inclusive of local rates.
Theodore K. Irvine, Report on the Housing Conditions in the Scottish Shale Field, 1914
Uphall Station: demolition completed in Pumpherston Road and Beechwood Road, except for clearing up of the site. Mr. Marr acquired the shop occupied by him and the two adjacent houses.
Meeting held at Middleton Hall on 9th September 1958 to review position of house properties etc.