Landscape of the Thames at Windsor in the centre left background is Windsor Castle, framed by trees; its reflections can be seen in the river, which flows towards it, having emerged from the left of the picture; on the bank in the centre are five cows, and to the right there is a man seated upon a fallen tree trunk. The painting is signed in the bottom-right on the trunk of the tree: 'TCH 1816'
Landscape of shore with boats. Four blue painted small motorised fishing boats drawn up onto the shore. In the foreground can be seen their chains. The background shows a gas works to the far right against a dark cloudy sky. Inscribed lower left: 'Spaull 55'
The chairs are set out as for prayers; the shell is absent; the bust of Busby now on the Grand Staircase is at the far end; there is a desk and blackboard in the left foreground; two boys are on the right in the middle-ground.
Watercolour of College Hall, looking towards the north wall behind the high table, where the painted coats of arms are visible; tables and benches are arranged around the outside of the room; several scholars wearing gowns and mortars boards and two ladies wearing bonnets are present.