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The viewpoint seems to be around where Barbrook Road becomes Lynbridge Road, leading down to Lynmouth at the mouth of the West Lyn River. Lynton is to the north on the hill to the left; the hill beyond Lynmouth obscures Foreland Point to the north-east. Today the valley is densely wooded, hiding this view, but it is shown clearly in George Rowe’s lithograph Entrance to Lynton and Lynmouth of about 1828 or 1835 and George Townsend’s 1853 engraving Lynton and Lynmouth (Westcountry Studies Library, Exeter).
There are five sets of stitch holes near the left-hand edge.