¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 As we leave the Homburg depot going toward the central part of the city, we pass through a narrow street into a ^^paved^ square called the Rossmarkt , where we come atonce [sic] upon the fine bronze statue of Gutenberg, the inventor of printing, grouped with the statues of Faust and Schöffer, modelled in 1840 by Von Launitz Each figure weights 15 quintals.
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 In the photograph can be seen the Homburg depot. Even quite near, one might mistake it for a residence, situated 30 or 40 ft back from the low iron fence, with shrubbery and gravelled walks. There are three such looking places in a row, depot to Wiesbaden, and depot to the Rhine.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 The city is well paved and clean. The most modern part is well built with wide enough streets although crooked and irregular. It is said to have a population of 80.000. A stone bridge of 14 arches, across the main built in 1342, connects it with Sachsenhausen.