Killoch Water

The Killoch Water is a tributary of the Levern Water which rises to the east of Caplaw Dam on the borders of Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire. It flows east southeast between the Lochliboside Hills and the Fereneze Hills, collecting the Witch Burn and passing Capellie before flowing through the Killoch Glen and falling into the Levern Water at Killoch. There are waterfalls along its 2-mile (3-km) course and a small dam just above the Killoch Bridge once filled a lade which supplied water to power the mills at Gateside.

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