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The east end of Auckland Castle’s St Peter’s Chapel is seen from the north-north-east across the valley of the River Gaunless, now heavily wooded, towards Weardale on the right. This is one in a sequence of views between folios 21 verso and 27 recto (D12345–D12354), following the course of the Gaunless from south to north anti-clockwise around the castle towards the River Wear. For the history of the castle, see the entry for folio 22 recto (D12346).
Although Finberg numbers and brackets this drawing as a continuous composition with folio 24 verso opposite (D12350), that page is entirely blank.