West Lothian, SC, Scotland
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Black Loch is a small loch or reservoir on the border of North Lanarkshire and Falkirk district, close to the village of Limerigg. The surface area of the Black Loch was enlarged in the early 1790s a small canal was cut at the western side so that run off from the moss would feed the loch and a dam built to enclose a larger volume of water which was required by the Monkland canal at Woodhall. Therefore this loch or reservoir to be more precise is not only the source of the north Calder but also an important source of the water supply for the Monkland canal and further downstream, the Forth & Clyde canal at Glasgow.
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