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As Ian Warrell notes, the most prominent view here, made with the page turned vertically, is of Peveril Castle from the south-west, looking down to Castleton; there is a thumbnail repetition of the composition framed within pencil lines at the top left.1 The rest of the page appears slightly confused. Below, with the page turned horizontally, is a view apparently showing the castle above the ravine approaching Peak Cavern, while there is also some overlap to and from other views of the castle on folio 43 recto opposite (D22230).
For other views of the castle, Castleton and Peak Cavern, see under folio 1 verso (D22152).
Ian Warrell, notes from 1993 and later in Tate catalogue files.