- Aspect General de Londres Vue Prise de l'Abbaye de Westminster.
- APPERT, A[rnaud]. after CHAPUIS [CHAPUYS, Nicolas Marie Joesph] [and] GUESNU [Xavier]; [printed by] CHARDON, Alfred.
- Dusacq. Edr. 14 Boulev. De Poissonniere,
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- Image: 517 by 835mm (20.25 by 32.75 inches). Sheet: 650 by 905mm (25.5 by 35.75 inches).
Engraving with aquatint.
The sixth, and final, state of the print, "retouched" by Guesnu. Brunel's Hungerford Suspension Bridge has been re-engraved to become the Charing Cross Railway Bridge, though some of its suspension cables are still visible. It shows Charing Cross Station, Victoria Embankment, Albert Embankment, St Thomas's Hospital, Cannon Street Railway Bridge (but not Station), and Blackfriars Railway Bridge (very sketchily).
We are aware of a fifth state, without the additions by Guesnu, but with the imprint 'Imp. Ch. et Alf. Chardon r. Hautefeuille 30 Paris'. The Bibliothèque Nationale's Inventaire du Fonds Français après 1808, Vol. 1, lists an edition printed in 1857 by Chardon, which, presumably, is the date for this fifth state.