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Bo'ness (originally known as Borrowstounness) is a small town in Scotland, lying on a hillside on the south bank of the River Forth. It should not be confused with Bowness in England.

In the Roman period, it lay at the eastern end of the Antonine Wall. Present-day attractions in the town include the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway.