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A church tower with a steeple and a ruined square tower are depicted in the sketch at the centre of the page and again at the bottom right. The tower and steeple resemble that of Peebles Parish Church (no longer extant), as depicted more clearly on folio 8 (D26109). The ruined tower in the centre sketch and the gabled ruin at the bottom right are the ruins of the Cross Kirk, formerly a pre-Reformation monastery and then the Parish Church until 1784, when a new Parish Church was built.2
There are light brown stains across the right of this page.