Charles Dickens Photos.com
Rochester, City of Charles Dickens
1 Rochester, Chatham, Dickens
3 Chatham Historic Dockyard
4 Dickens World
5 Rochester Castle
6 Around the Castle;
Castle Views; Summer Concerts
7 The Bull Inn
8 The Guildhall
9 Guildhall Museum
10 Back on the High Street: Town Clock
11 The King's Head: Jamie Montgomery Murals
12 Chertsey's Gate
13 St Nicholas; Castle Moat Graveyard
14 The Cathedral;
Dickens Plaque; The Crypt; Cloister Garth
15 Visitor Centre
16 Watt's Charity / Six Poor Travellers
17 Roman Walls; Mr Pumblechook
18 Eastgate House; Swiss Chalet
19 Theatre Royal
20 Restoration House; The Vines
21 Minor Canon Row
22 Satis House
23 Dickens Summer Costume Parade
24 Chalk: Honeymoon Cottage; Joe Gargery’s Forge
26 The Crispin and Crispianus
27 The Marshes:
Cooling and Lower Halstow
28 Dingley Dell
The Leather Bottle; St Mary’s; Cobham Hall; Kit’s Coty
30 Staplehurst: The Rail Disaster
31 The Mystery of Cloisterham Weir
32 Gad's Hill Place, Dickens’s Home.
Graham Salter's photo-book … covers 50 or so places with Dickensian connections and illustrates the journey with extracts from his writing, with carefully researched written commentary and with illustrations to supplement the modern photographs which provide the principal focus.
… The photographs are stunningly beautiful: clear, magnificently evocative of moments in the writing, and rich in colour. Of particular interest are some of the interior locations not necessarily seen by visitors to the area.
Modestly priced… value for money… making a substantial contribution to our knowledge and approach to the way we regard Dickens and topography.
(Tony Williams: The Dickensian, Summer 2012)
You are to be congratulated on producing such a visually exciting and informative product. The images are really superb. We wish you every success.
(Peter Boreham, Curator, Rochester Guildhall Museum)
I would like to congratulate you on not only the quality of the photographs but more especially on the quality of the research. So many books have been published recently because of the bi-centenary and many of them are under-researched or more notable for omissions than anything else... Your pictures of the interior of the Bull hotel and King's Head were especially interesting and unusual.
(Brian Nimmo, Curator, Watt's Charity: The Six Poor Travellers)
Modestly priced at £9.95, this unique Photo Book comes on Disc, in PDF Format burned to CD (not DVD, and so ingternational), to be viewed on Any Computer or Laptop. The file may be easily transferred to a Tablet or Mobile Phone.
220 vivid, full-sized Photos, with historical drawings, unique research, extended captions, and enlivened by quotations from Dickens himself, explore 50 sites around the old city and the lovely surrounding Kent countryside in which Charles Dickens chose to live and to die. A superb gift for the Dickens Bicentenary Celebration Year – light and simple to post.