List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mugdock Reservoir
Mugdock Reservoir
Mr. Moor, Assist. [Assistant] Engineer
Mr. Robert Taylor, Foreman of Works
Mr. G. Cole, Inspector of Pipes
023 A large Reservoir recently constructed with the Loch Katrine and Glasgow Water Works. It extends from the mouth of a Tunnel in the north, in Strathblane Parish a distance of more than half-a-mile, but in width it varies considerably. A line of cast metal Pipes from 3 to 5 ft. [feet] in diameter, laid along the bed of the Reservoir conducts the water to the "Stand Pipe" & "Straining Tank" at the southern extremity. The Pipes are upon the authorities quoted not straight between the points described and can therefore be shewn only by reference to the Engineer's Map. - On the east - the "Barrachan"side, a part of the side of the Reservoir is in an almost natural state, but all other sides excepting some slight portions at the Straining Tank have well made banks, and in some parts as shewn on Examination Trace the emb. [embankment] is faced with mason work. The top of these banks is shewn by a firm line, and the dotted line shewn
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Co. [County] Stirling & Dumbarton -- New Kilpatrick Parish

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