Kirkton of Tough


Kirkton of Tough

Kirkton of Tough is a settlement in Aberdeenshire, Scotland at gbmapping|NJ615129. It is about convert|4|km|mi southeast of Alford and convert|143|km|mi from Edinburgh. [ [http://abstuk.co.uk/uk/tough/ Absolute United Kingdom] ]

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ee also

* Aberdeenshire (historic)


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