Torquay. From the Beacon ([1835?])

Rowe, George
  • image IMAGEFORDA2247
RepositoryLibraryShelf
Devon West Country Studies L SC3210
Illustration Reference
SC3210
Location
CD 48 DVD 7
Publication Details
Date
[1835?]
Place
Publisher
Scope and Content
Cockrem's tourists' guide to Torquay and its neighbourhood. Torquay: Westley & Co.'s Library (late Cockrem), 1878. p. 3.[…] its unequalled climate and scenery have annually attracted a large and continually increasing number of invalids and tourists. The advantages presented by the district for the pursuit of almost every branch of natural history and science, have also drawn many of those who are devoted to their study. And the demand for the accommodation of both residents and visitors has thus caused the town to spread up all the valleys, and its detached villas to thickly dot the slopes and summits of every hill.[Text may be taken from a different source or edition than that listed as the source by Somers Cocks.]
Format
Lithograph
Dimensions
127x195mm
Aspects
From the Beacon
Counties
Subjects
Dates
1835