Several years ago FIBIS purchased an album of family “snaps” taken in India around 1900-1910 as the album included some unique material relating to the official opening of the Guzerat Railway. Included in the album are images of the engines, stations and the construction process of the line. Some photographs are clearly taken in England and others show domestic life in India in the early 1900s. The album has now been scanned and uploaded to the FIBIS Image Gallery and FIBIS has donated the photograph album to the British Library.
If anyone can provide further details of the people and places included in the album we would love to hear from them. We would also like to thank Martin Tolley for his hard work in preparing and uploading the images to the gallery.
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