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Here are two views of the Naval Pay Office where John Dickens worked when the family lived in Portsmouth.
From there, we went to the Charles Dickens Birthplace. Many, many photos below the cut!
Parlor: Dining room:
In the hallway:
And the bedroom where Charles was born. (Not the original furniture.)
The couch where he died. It was moved here from Gads Hill Place.
This post has gotten really long, so I'll put the rest of my photos of the birthplace in my next post.
Posted at 08:32 AM in Conferences & conventions, Memorabilia, merchandise, & museums | Permalink
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This is really neat! Great photos!
August 17, 2012 at 12:34 PM
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