Not on display
With the sketchbook turned to the left are two views of Castle Campbell, drawn by Turner as he approached the ruins by the approach road.1 The first (at the top of the page) is from the east, and shows the building in outline only, with Bank Hill at the left and the Burn of Sorrow below the castle. Beneath is a view from the north-east, with the Burn of Care at the bottom-right of the sketch.
Turner made numerous sketches of the castle from the approach road and from closer-to; see folio 6 verso (D26341; CCLXXII 12) for references.
Wallace-Hadrill and Carolan 1990, p.18.