Caldercruix // is a semi-rural village in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. The nearest major town is Airdrie, 4 miles (6 km) to the west. It has a population of about 2,440. The village is about 20 miles (32 km) east of Glasgow and 32 miles (50 km) west of Edinburgh.
The village is home to an active community council. There is a combined primary school (Glengowan/St. Mary's Primary School) which serves the village and surrounding rural area. There are two Orange Lodges in Caldercruix.
The village is situated by the North Calder Water and probably takes its name from the bends or crooks (cruiks) in the river. North Calder Water was dammed in the late 18th century to create Hillend Loch, which is used recreationally by angler and sailors.
Caldercruix railway station was built in 1863, on the Bathgate and Coatbridge Railway. The line closed to passengers in January 1956, and reopened in December 2010 as the Airdrie-Bathgate Rail Link, although the opening of Caldercruix station itself (alongside Drumgelloch and Armadale) was delayed until February 2011 due to bad weather conditions. Trains run east to Bathgate and Edinburgh Waverley, and west to Airdrie and Glasgow Queen Street (usually continuing to Dalmuir and Helensburgh Central).
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