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Rochester Railway Station

86 Corporation Street

Rochester

ME1 1NH

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Rochester is one of South East Englands most attractive towns and only 35 minutes by train from St Pancras, and a town that Charles Dickens knew intimately, having grown up in neighbouring Chatham and owning a house in nearby Higham at the end of his life.

On this tour, part of Footprints of London's Literary Festival, your guide Rob Smith will show you some of the many buildings from Rochester that appear in Dickens work, and also the writing hut that he wrote some of his best loved works in. Rob will also read excerpts from the work in the locations that they were written about, which will include Pickwick Papers, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Uncommercial Traveller and Great Expectations

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Rochester Railway Station

86 Corporation Street

Rochester

ME1 1NH

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 1 day before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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