Built in the eighteenth century at the eastern end of Loch na Keal and overlooking the River Ba,Knock House was once owned by Princess Louise,the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria,and her husband the 9th Duke of Argyll. It is now an extremely comfortable sporting lodge attached to Benmore Estate.
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- A salmon fisherman fly fishing the Drumlaing Glide on the southern bank of the River Ba on the Benmore Estate Beat.
- A salmon fisherman chooses his fly on the River Ba on the Benmore Estate Beat.
- The wild unspoilt shore of Loch na Keal on a warm summer's evening
- Black faced sheep roam free along the shore of Loch na Keal
- Luing cattle roam free along the shore of Loch na Keal
- Hats,coats,waders and a fishing bag hang in the hall at GlenBatrick Lodge. The lodge overlooks the white sandy shore of Loch Tarbert on the west side of Jura. Beautifully isolated the lodge is only accessible by boat or a five hour walk.
- View northwards across the Ba Valley towards the mountains from Knock House
- An old bridge on the coastal road around Loch na Keal
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- The coast road winds its way along the shore of Loch na Keal skirting under Ben More
- Dragging a red deer stag off the hill at the end of a successful stalk on the Benmore Estate
- Benmore Estate stalking, man grallochs a stag on the hill
- Getting ready to take a shot at a red deer stag on Benmore Estate
- As the riftle gets ready to take his shot a red deer stag,Benmore Estate stalker,Neilson Bissett,watches through binoculars.
- Benmore Estate stalker,Neilson Bissett,on the hill stalking red deer. He carries binoculars,telescope,stalking rifle and walking stick.
- A stalking party sets out on the hill on the Benmore Estate
- Benmore Estate ghillie,Donald Bissett,throws a lobster pot out of the boat into Loch na Keal