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Diana Cook and Dorothy Kirk describe the view of the Devon bank of the Tamar, looking north-east from Windy Hill, on the road below the later railway bridge north-west of Calstock’s parish church.1 The view is continuous with folio 139 verso opposite (D09653), where Gunnislake is visible, although Cook and Kirk treat that page separately and suggest a different viewpoint nearby.
The view eastwards towards Morwellham on the verso (D09655) may effectively be a development and extension of the rough outlines towards the right of the present page.
For other views along the Tamar Valley, see under folio 114 verso (D09606).
Cook and Kirk 2001, p.39, and Cook and Kirk 2009, p.38, each with a modern photograph of the view by Kirk.