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This sketch of Caerlaverock Castle was made from due south and looks into the castle through the destroyed southern curtain wall. The south-west Murdoch Tower of the triangular castle at the left stands alone as the south-east tower was destroyed in 1640 (see folio 51; D25861).
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After Joseph Mallord William Turner Caerlaverock Castle