This painter had a better sense for proportions and made sure that the railroad track was a decorative part of the frame. The “stump” in the foreground may symbolize the Saxon border, actually much further downstream. The painter shows all important buildings of Tetschen, from St. Wenzel & Blasius on the left, to the castle on the right. No chain bridge, so before 1855. The steamer on the river flies an oversized black, red and gold flag — the student movement for national unity– which became the German colors in 1918.

Kolesový parník – grafika z pocátku století.