Drake's Road Book of the Grand Junction Railway
"[...]greatly improved, by a little more attention to order and neatness on the part of the various trades-people who have stalls there. The market having formerly been held in the open street, may, in some degree, account for this. Nearly opposite the hall stands a statue of Lord Nelson, by Westmacott, with a miniature man-of-war beside him, on a pedestal surrounded by an iron rail and lamps. The Churches most remarkable for architectural beauty, are, St. Philip's, in the Doric style, with a graceful tower and cupola: Trinity Church, Bordesley, designed by Mr. F. Goodwin, much in the style of King's College Chapel, Cambridge; it is a fine example of the Ecclesiastical Gothic: St. George's, also Gothic, but of far inferior beauty; St. Martin's, which has been a fine old edifice, with a tapering spire, but is now disfigured by a brick shell: St. Paul's, Christ[...].""
- Paperback | 286 pages
- 152 x 229 x 15mm | 386g
- 03 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations