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Inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation, this is a view of the outer face of the ruined Sharington Range on the east side of Dudley Castle, seen from the east. The view is now largely obscured by trees in Dudley Zoo. There is a similar, not quite continuous sketch of the wall to the right of this section on folio 41 verso opposite (D22400), while a drawing in the contemporary Kenilworth sketchbook (Tate D22104; Turner Bequest CCXXXVIII 66a) shows the North Gate at the end of the range to the right.
For other views of Dudley, see under folio 39 recto (D22395).