Eighty Picturesque Views of the Thames and Medway. Text and formatting by George P. Landow. [You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the University of California Library and the Internet Archive and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite it in a print one.]. Steel engraving. Drawing by Tomblesons and engraved by P. Sands. From
The Medway now passes the village and church of Wateringbury. The mansion, called the Place, is the property of the descendants of Sir Wm. Style. About a mile and a half in advance, we approach Teston, with its picturesque bridge of stone, consisting of seven arches, three of which are cycloidal, and the others gothic. The village is situated in a beautiful and hightly cultivated district, gradually rising from the banks of the river, and, with the picturesque church and spire, have afforded the interesting sub ject of the annexed engraving. Below the bridge, on a beautiful eminence, is seen Testonhouse, formerly called Barham Court, surrounded with delightful and varied scenery. [80-81]
Fearnside, W. G. Eighty Picturesque Views of the Thames and Medway, Engraved on Steel by the First Artists. London: Black and Armstrong, [n.d. after 1837]. Internet Archive version of a copy in the University of California at Berkley Library. Web. 30 March 2012.
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