Perth and Kinross is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland and a Lieutenancy Area. It borders onto the Aberdeenshire, Angus and Bute, Dundee, Fife and Stirling council areas. Perth is the administrative centre. With the exception of a large area of south-western Perthshire, the council area corresponds to the historic counties of Perthshire and Kinross-shire. Perthshire and Kinross-shire shared a joint county council from 1929 until 1975; the area formed a single local government district in 1975 within the Tayside region under the Local Government Act 1973, was reconstituted as a unitary authority in 1996 by the Local Government etc. Act 1994. Arndean House Ashintully Castle Atholl Country Life Museum Ben Lawers Blackhall Roman Camps Blair Atholl Mill Blair Castle Cateran Trail Cairngorms National Park Castle Menzies Clan Donnachaidh Centre Cluny House Gardens Dirnanean House Drummond Castle Edradour Distillery Forest of Atholl Fortingall Yew Glen Lyon Grampian Mountains Kindrogan House Loch Earn Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Loch Rannoch Loch Tay Melville Monument Portmoak Rannoch Moor Strathearn Whitefield Castle On 18 September 2014, Perth and Kinross, voted "No" in the Scottish Independence Referendum at 60.2% with an 86.9% turnout rate.
Perth and Kinross Spirit of Youth Awards Perth and Kinross Council "Scottish Local Government areas and history". Archived from the original on 2 March 2013; the Perthshire Diary – 365 history stories Perth City A Vision of Britain Through Time: A vision of Perth and Kinross Perth and Kinross at Curlie
An album is defined by the Official Charts Company as being a type of music release that features more than four tracks and lasts longer than 25 minutes. The UK Albums Chart was first published on February 1969 when Record Retailers and the BBC jointly commissioned the British Market Research Bureau to record sales of albums. For dates between March 1960 and February 1969, the albums chart produced by Record Retailer is regarded by the OCC as being canonical to the UK Albums Chart; the biggest-selling album of the 1960s was Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles—of the top thirteen biggest-selling albums of the decade, ten were by The Beatles, the other three being motion picture soundtracks. General Mawer, Sharon. "1969". London: The Official UK Charts Company. Archived from the original on 17 December 2007. Retrieved 8 September 2011. Specific
Talat Rotfai (Thai: ตลาดรถไฟ, pronounced known as the Train Night Market, is a chain of night markets in Bangkok, Thailand. Located near the Chatuchak Weekend Market on State Railway of Thailand land, it has since relocated to Srinagarindra Road, with a second branch on Ratchadaphisek Road and a third on Prasoet Manu Kit Road; the markets focus on antiques and vintage-style items clothing and home accessories, as well as a large variety of food and drink. Its primary location on Srinagarindra Road has been ranked the most popular night market in Bangkok; the market was founded by Pairod Roikaew an antiques dealer, in 2010. It was located on part of the SRT's railway yard on Kamphaeng Phet Road, among unused warehouses and rolling stock. Featuring a vintage atmosphere, it became popular with Bangkok's youth, but was forced to close down in 2013 when the area was marked for construction of the Bang Sue Central Station. Pairod reopened the market at a new location on Srinagarindra Road, behind the Seacon Square shopping centre.
The new location, despite being far from the city centre with no rapid transit access, continued to be popular, a second branch next to The Esplanade shopping centre was opened on Ratchadaphisek Road in 2015. A third branch on Kaset–Nawamin Road was opened the same year