With the page turned vertically, in the outer half are two coastal views separated by a horizontal pencil line. The upper shows cliffs with distant buildings receding round a bay to the left, with slight details in the foreground including what may be a vehicle or wheeled cannon; it is unclear whether the tower and other details indicated to the right are part of the same view or a different aspect. Below are cliffs receding to the right round a bay with a small structure in the foreground. See the sketchbook’s Introduction for the many slight coastal views scattered through it.
There is some brown staining at the gutter, possibly indicating water damage in the 1928 Tate flood.