This scene remains unidentified, but is presumably in the Midlands given identified adjacent subjects. Inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation, it shows a bridge with at least five arches beyond trees in the middle distance, with the low buildings of a town or village on the left and a building or small group of buildings on the wooded skyline towards the right. There appears to be a separate study of part of the bridge at the bottom left. Turner’s notes are effectively indecipherable. There are comparable views of the bridge on the Thames at Richmond with Richmond Hill beyond in the earlier Richmond Hill; Hastings to Margate sketchbook (Tate D10445–D10447; Turner Bequest CXL 19, 19a, 20) and the Aesacus and Hesperie sketchbook (Tate D13795, D13796; Turner Bequest CLXIX 28a–29), but details differ and the resemblance is presumably fortuitous.
Finberg bracketed this page with folio 36 recto opposite (D22389), his usual indication of a double-page drawing, but the two sketches appear to be on different scales and to show different places, although there may be a slight continuation of the buildings at the centre left of the present study onto the other page.