Views of Rochester (3)

Rochester High St
Rochester High St
A quiet terrace near the river
A quiet terrace near the river
This is the house which Charles Dickens used as the home of Mr Tope, the head verger at Rochester Cathedral in 'The mystery of Edwin Drood'
This is the house which Charles Dickens used as the home of Mr Tope, the head verger at Rochester Cathedral in ‘The mystery of Edwin Drood’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rochester High Street
Rochester High Street
The River Medway in the area once occupied by Rochester Docks
The River Medway in the area once occupied by Rochester Docks
A reminder of the docks which once stood on this site
A reminder of the docks which once stood on this site

 

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