Drawn with the sketchbook inverted is the continuation of a sketch of Stirling Castle as seen from King’s Park to the south-west (folio 44 verso; D26342). This page continues the panoramic view with distant hills to the north-west. The double-peaked hill at the right may be Ben Ledi, which is seen in many of Turner’s views of Stirling such as on the reverse of this page: folio 45 verso (D26344). The inscription, ‘wh’, beneath what looks like the gabled-end of a barn at the right of the sketch, probably notes the colour ‘wh[ite]’.
For a list of Turner’s many sketches of Stirling, see folio 44 verso.