Suede Bicycle's photos


  • Rochester castle and bunting


  • 13th century painting, Rochester cathedral

    This rare surviving painting on the wall of the cathedral depicts the wheel of life.

  • Rochester cathedral



  • Rochester castle


  • Rochester castle


  • Inside Rochester castle

    Looking up towards the sky


  • River Medway seen from Rochester castle


  • View of the River Medway from Rochester castle battlements


  • View from Rochester castle battlements



  • Rochester cathedral, seen from Rochester castle battlements


  • Rochester cathedral, seen from Rochester castle battlements


  • Inside Rochester castle



  • Rochester castle seen from the River Medway


  • Various objects embedded in the banks of the River Medway.


  • Shopping trolleys embedded in the banks of the River Medway



  • Dickens' Swiss chalet, Rochester

    The Swiss chalet where Dickens used to write, now located behind Eastgate House, Rochester. This was moved here in the 1960s and was previously sited at nearby Gad’s Hill, where Dickens lived from 1856 until his death in 1870.

  • Eastgate House, Rochester

    Eastgate House is a grade one listed building of exceptional interest. It was built in the late 1590s by Sir Peter Buck, Clerk of the Cheque at Chatham Dockyard and is an excellent example of an Elizabethan town house. Subsequently five generations of Bu…

  • Tope's, Rochester

    This was the home of Mr Tope, the chief verger of the cathedral in Dickens' The mystery of Edwin Drood. It is the last building mentioned in the writings of Charles Dickens. Now a modern British restaurant.


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