In Sept 2013, my wife and I spent a weekend in Stamford, Lincolnshire. We were following a self-guided tour of the town's Georgian history which stopped right outside the door to our lodgings, an old coaching inn on the High Street. Apparently, Turner himself had visited Stamford in the 1830s and had painted a watercolour of the stage coach arriving at this very inn. I was intrigued and spent the evening trying to find a picture of the artwork on the internet but with no luck.
The next day we left for home in Cheshire via a very circuitous and almost random route.