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Rochester Castle

Rochester Castle

Engraver: Jukes, F

Medium: Aquatint, coloured

Date: 1786

Shelfmark: Ktop XVII

Item number: 10 u

Genre: Topographical Print

Daniel Defoe noted in the 1720s that: "There's little that is remarkable in Rochester, except the ruins of a very old castle." Travelogue author Celia Fiennes described the castle as "a pretty little thing". The castle is Rochester's principle landmark, dominating any view of the city.

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