Livingston Rotary Club members have installed two distinctive floral planters at Uphall station, as part of a ScotRail community project.
The volunteers have filled the two-tier planters with flowers including carnations, cordylines and lady’s mantle, to brighten the station for customers.
Harry Macpherson, of Livingston Rotary Club, said: “These planters represent a second stage in our adoption of Uphall station, which began at the start of the year with the introduction of railway-themed posters created by pupils at Pumpherston Community Primary School.”
The club’s improvements at Uphall have been made possible by ScotRail’s Adopt a Station project, which aims to put stations at the heart of their communities.
John Yellowlees, ScotRail’s external relations manager, said: “We are delighted that Livingston Rotary Club has extended its adoption of Uphall station with these lovely floral decorations.”
Dobbies Garden Centres supplied compost and flowers for the planters, which are made by Timbercraft of Aberdour.