There are possible pitfalls to renaming Scots town Fort William

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There are possible pitfalls to renaming Scots town Fort William

WHILE I mostly agree with Iain Ramsay’s views on statues and place names (Letters, July 10), to be constructive I need to highlight a few potential pitfalls in his suggestion to rename Fort William. He advises that the proper Gaelic name is Inverlochy but more accurately the place was known as An Gearasdan Dubh Inbhir Lòchaidh; in English, “the black garrison at the mouth of the Lochy” – hence the colloquial name “The Garrison”.

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There are possible pitfalls to renaming Scots town Fort William