Scots foot, Scots mile


Scots foot, Scots mile
   traditional distance units in Scotland. The Scots foot equals 1.005 405 4 English foot (about 12.065 English inches or 30.645 centimeters). The Scots mile equals 320 falls or 5920 Scots feet, which is about 5952 English feet (1.127 English mile or 1814.2 meters). The English foot and statute mile, of course, are now official in Scotland.

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