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Continued from folio 4 verso (D26266) is a double-page sketch of the Corra Linn waterfall from the cliffs above to the north-east. The present page shows a set of steep steps cut into the face of the gorge (see also folios 3 and 4; D26263, D26265). For more information about this viewpoint see folio 2 verso (D26262). See folio 1 verso (D26260) for further information on Turner’s visit to the Falls of Clyde.