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Thirty years after the epic journey chronicled in his classic work the great railway bazaar the worlds most acclaimed travel writer re creates his 25000 mile journey through eastern europe central asia the indian subcontinent china japan and siberia. The great indian peninsula railway was a predecessor of the central railway whose headquarters was at the boree bunder in mumbai later the victoria terminus and presently the chhatrapati shivaji maharaj terminusthe great indian peninsula railway was incorporated on 1 august 1849 by an act of the british parliament it had a share capital of 50000 pounds. Delhi has been since historical times remained a favoured destination for shoppers from traditional bazaars to modern day swanky malls delhi has everything to offer to a customer. Archaeological museum this complex was build by the end of 19th century by the architect vallaury thanks to great efforts of famous turkish painter osman hamdi bey. If at all possible can photos being submitted to the blog as jpeg images or another image type file if preferred and be sent to me in a full or at least large resolution size eg the original size which they are scanned at and without any reductions in size before sending through to me
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