Diana Cook and Dorothy Kirk have identified Turner’s sketch as showing Chilsworthy above the Tamar Valley, looking north-west from around the junction of the roads between North Dimson and Chilsworthy along what is locally known as Windy Ridge or Windy Bridge, up the hill west of Gunnislake. They note the best vantage point as a bridge over the dismantled railway just south of the junction. The Tamar is now largely obscured by trees.1
Cook and Kirk 2001, p.46, reproducing modern photograph of the view as by Kirk; Cook and Kirk 2009, p.52, reproducing the same photograph as by Cook.
- River Tamar(74)