Asgog Loch

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Asgog Loch
Asgog Castle and loch - geograph.org.uk - 992131.jpg
Asgog Castle and Loch.
LocationArgyll and Bute, Scotland.
Coordinates55°53′03″N 5°16′57″W / 55.884162°N 5.2824952°W / 55.884162; -5.2824952Coordinates: 55°53′03″N 5°16′57″W / 55.884162°N 5.2824952°W / 55.884162; -5.2824952, grid reference NR94807054
TypeFreshwater Loch and Reservoir.
Basin countriesScotland, United Kingdom.
Max. length2,285 feet (696 m)
Max. width1,235 feet (376 m)
Surface area250,000 m2 (2,700,000 sq ft)
Water volume450,000 m3 (360 acre⋅ft)

Asgog Loch; is a natural freshwater loch, situated about 4 km southwest of Tighnabruaich, on the Cowal peninsula within Argyll and Bute, Scotland, which was dammed to create an impounding reservoir for the supply of freshwater to the Low Mills of the nearby gunpowder mills at Millhouse (The Kames Powder Works).[1]

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