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With the pages turned horizontally, the drawing continues on folio 130 recto opposite (D03969; Turner Bequest LXVI 129). Finberg’s suggestion that this could show Conway Castle1 is not wholly convincing. The large square keep may be that of a Roman castle, such as Porchester or Rochester, but the hills and woods that surround it suggest that it is in Wales; the slight sketch on folio 130 verso (D03970; Turner Bequest LXVI 129a) may show Chepstow on the Wye, in which case this too may be Chepstow.
See Finberg 1909, I, p.168.