The drawing is continued on folio 80 recto opposite (D03066; Turner Bequest LVI 78).
The inscription is puzzling. It is not in the same style of handwriting as the usual place-names in this sketchbook, and seems to have been written at a different time, although it does appear to be Turner’s; Finberg read it as ‘Stirling’, with ‘Kelling’ as a speculative alternative,1 but this does not seem to be correct; ‘Killin’ may have been intended, or ‘Lochay’. The River Lochy, like the River Dochart, flows into Loch Tay from the west.
Finberg 1909, I, p.146.