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The viewpoint of this drawing, made with the page turned horizontally, seems to have been close to Dolbadarn Castle; it is possible that it was taken from the top of the ruined tower of the castle. It shows Llanberis Lake on the left, with the slopes of Glyder Fawr beyond. The mountain above it is Glydir Fawr, and the large mass at the right of the view Snowdon itself.
Dolbadarn Castle is shown in its surrounding landscape on folio 33 recto (D01388); see that entry for other drawings of Dolbadarn made on this tour.
Blank; stamped in brown ink with Turner Bequest monogram.