Lewis Cubitt whose architecture at Dover, Folkestone, and some other places, has shown how well Italian features may be adapted, where great strength, simplicity, and economy, should be most seriously considered.” Source: Illustrated London News 17 (4 May 1844): 285. [Click on image to enlarge it.]. “The buildings have been arranged and completed under the direction of Mr.
- The Framework of the Viaduct
- The Timber Viaduct from Cooper’s Bridge
- First Folkstone Train Passing the Blechingley Tunnel
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