|To:||Boat Brae (NO179452)|
|Length:||0.1 miles (0.2 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The A925 is described in the 1922 Road Lists as Link at Blairgowrie. It is a short road (under 500 yards) whose number is not widely advertised.
The road starts at a mini-roundabout on the A923, where that road turns from Bankhead onto Reform Street prior to joining Blairgowrie's one-way system. The A925 continues ahead down Gas Brae into the town centre and reaches the Wellmeadow triangular "square". The road runs along the eastern side of Wellmeadow to reach a set of traffic lights on the A93, which has taken the northern side. The A925 ends here with the A93 continuing ahead across the River Ericht into Rattray.
The A925 appears to be unchanged since 1922. As such it remains one of the shortest classified roads in the country and one that escaped becoming a spur of a longer route in the 1930s.