UK Leagues to Chains

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ch =
UK lg * 240.14
 
 
 
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UK Leagues Chains
0UK lg 0.00ch
1UK lg 240.14ch
2UK lg 480.29ch
3UK lg 720.43ch
4UK lg 960.57ch
5UK lg 1200.71ch
6UK lg 1440.86ch
7UK lg 1681.00ch
8UK lg 1921.14ch
9UK lg 2161.29ch
10UK lg 2401.43ch
11UK lg 2641.57ch
12UK lg 2881.72ch
13UK lg 3121.86ch
14UK lg 3362.00ch
15UK lg 3602.14ch
16UK lg 3842.29ch
17UK lg 4082.43ch
18UK lg 4322.57ch
19UK lg 4562.72ch
UK Leagues Chains
20UK lg 4802.86ch
21UK lg 5043.00ch
22UK lg 5283.15ch
23UK lg 5523.29ch
24UK lg 5763.43ch
25UK lg 6003.57ch
26UK lg 6243.72ch
27UK lg 6483.86ch
28UK lg 6724.00ch
29UK lg 6964.15ch
30UK lg 7204.29ch
31UK lg 7444.43ch
32UK lg 7684.58ch
33UK lg 7924.72ch
34UK lg 8164.86ch
35UK lg 8405.00ch
36UK lg 8645.15ch
37UK lg 8885.29ch
38UK lg 9125.43ch
39UK lg 9365.58ch
UK Leagues Chains
40UK lg 9605.72ch
41UK lg 9845.86ch
42UK lg 10086.00ch
43UK lg 10326.15ch
44UK lg 10566.29ch
45UK lg 10806.43ch
46UK lg 11046.58ch
47UK lg 11286.72ch
48UK lg 11526.86ch
49UK lg 11767.01ch
50UK lg 12007.15ch
51UK lg 12247.29ch
52UK lg 12487.43ch
53UK lg 12727.58ch
54UK lg 12967.72ch
55UK lg 13207.86ch
56UK lg 13448.01ch
57UK lg 13688.15ch
58UK lg 13928.29ch
59UK lg 14168.44ch
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UK Leagues

Note that UK leagues differ from Nautical Leagues, UK Nautical Leagues and US Leagues.

ch =
UK lg * 240.14
 
 
 

Chains

Unit of length equal to 66 feet, used especially in the U.S. public land surveys. The original measuring instrument (Gunter's chain) was literally a chain consisting of 100 iron links, each 7.92 inches long. Steel-ribbon tapes began to supersede chains around 1900, but surveying tapes are often still called "chains" and measuring with a tape is often called "chaining". The chain is a convenient unit in cadastral surveys because 10 square chains equal 1 acre.

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