With the sketchbook inverted is a view along a street with a large hill in the distance. This may be Jedburgh High Street looking south with the hill at Ulston in the distance.
At the outer edge of the page, with the sketchbook rotated right from its usual orientation, is a sketch inscribed ‘Hailes’. This must therefore show Hailes Castle near East Linton, a village half way between Dunbar and Haddington. This very slight sketch seems to be from the north. Turner made another tiny sketch of the castle on the inside back cover of this sketchbook (D41234), and perhaps another on folio 32 (D25699) and several more in the Abbotsford sketchbook (Tate D25971; Turner Bequest CCLXVII 24a).
- Hailes Castle(11)