Comment posted A85 Connel to Dalmally closed in both directions by Treble T.
The answer is Perth because it lies between two inches, the North Inch and the South Inch.
Treble T also commented
- This is not a joke.
Which is further west, Dundee or Carlise.
- Sorry I do not.
I was trying to broaden knowledge about Scotland for people who live in Argyll & Bute and beyond.
On the front page of today’s Dundee Courier there is an article headed “Games move, but it’s only by Inches”
Perth Highland Games are moving from the South Inch to the North Inch because of the summer deluge.
It is a trick question, but if you have never been to the City of Perth then it is unlikely that you will know the answer.
- Here is a question for all of you.
Which is the smallest city in Scotland?
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