The Lost Mumbai (Bombay)

On 18 January 1665, King Charles granted Humphrey Cooke the possession of Bombay. However, SalsetteMazagaonParelWorliSionDharavi, and Wadala still remained under Portuguese possession. Later, Cooke managed to acquire Mahim, Sion, Dharavi, and Wadala for the English. Sir Gervase Lucas, who was appointed Governor of Bombay on 5 November 1666, reported that Bombay included all the islands except Colaba and Old Woman's Island. On 21 September 1668, the Royal Charter of 27 March 1668, led to the transfer of Bombay from Charles II to the British East India Company for an annual rent of £10. Sir George Oxenden became the first Governor of Bombay under the regime of the British East India Company. Gerald Aungier, who became Governor of Bombay on July 1669, established the mint and printing press in Bombay and developed the islands into a centre of commerce. He also offered various business incentives, which attracted various communities like GujuratisParsisDawoodi Bohras, and Jews. On 20 February 1673, Rickloffe van Goen, the Governor-General of Dutch India attacked Bombay, but the attack was resisted by Aungier. The Treaty of Westminster (1674), concluded between England and Holland, relieved the British settlements in Bombay of further apprehension from the Dutch

The first cotton mill in Bombay, the Bombay Spinning and Weaving Company was established on 7 July 1854. The foundation of the University of Bombay in 1857 made it the first modern institution of higher education in India, along with the University of Calcutta. The Great Indian Peninsular Railway and the Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway (BB&CI) were started in 1860. The outbreak of the American Civil War in 1861 increased the demand for cotton in the West, and led to an enormous increase in cotton-trade. In 1866, the British Government established the Bombay Coast and River Steam Navigation Company for the maintenance of steam ferries between Bombay and nearby islands; while the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 completely revolutionized the marine trade of Bombay. In 1870 the docks were consolidated under the Bombay Port Trust, and the Bombay Municipal Corporation was established in 1872, providing a modern framework of governance for the rapidly-growing city. Tramway communication was also instituted in 1872. Public gardens such as the Victoria Gardens and Northbrook Gardens were opened in 1873 and 1874 respectively. Violent Parsi-Muslim riots again broke out in February 1874, which were caused by an attack upon Prophet Muhammad published by a Parsi resident. The Bombay Gymkhana was formed in 1875 and soon organizations such as Bombay Quadrangular followed. Bombay became one of the few cities in the world to include a largenational park within its limits, and the Bombay Natural History Society was founded in 1883. The Princess Dock was built in the year 1885 as part of a scheme for improving the whole foreshore of the Bombay harbour.

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Bombay Map by British East India Company 
Islands of Bombay and Salsette, with the Surrounding Countryside 1803

Government House, Fort, Bombay 1826
Bombay on the Malabar Coast belonging to the East India Company 1754
Town Hall, Bombay 1827

Bombay Native (J.J.) Hospital 1843
View of Bombay Green 1813
View of Colaba 1820
View of Mazagon 1826
View of Bombay, from Malabar Hills 1813
View of Bombay Harbour, taken from the Island of Colaba 1833
View of Bombay Green from the Town Hall, 1833


North-west view of the fort of Bombay 1826
Apollo Gate, Bombay. 1833
Colaba in the distance. March 1870

Colaba Reclemation 1870

Colaba Station yard 1870
View of Bombay Harbour. January 1870

At Walkeshwar Road

Some Currency During British Govt By Bank of Bombay 

Rupees 10 Currency by British Govt By Bank of Bombay

Rupees 10 Currency by British Govt By Bank of Bombay

Rupees 15 Currency by British Govt By Bank of Bombay




The Most amazing Railway Station in the world 
Victoria Terminus 

Contemporary Photo of Victoria Station, Bombay 1900

Arial view of Victoria Station and BMC , Bombay 1900

Bombay Municipal Building  1900

Bombay Municipal Building  1900

Victoria-Terminus-Railway-Station and Horse driven Trams & Cart on road 1900


Victoria-Terminus-Railway-Station

People group at Victoria-Terminus-Railway-Station


The Flora Fountain


The flora Fountain 1875

flora fountain Bombay 1875

flora fountain Bombay 1870
 
Flora Fountain Circle 1875
The New Mint ( Town Hall )

The Town Hall, Bombay 1860

The Town Hall, Bombay 1855

Town Hall, Fort, Bombay 1855

Town Hall, Fort, Bombay 1900
 The Elphinstone Circle, (Fort Circle )
Elphinstone Circle and New Mint in background - Bombay -1875

Elphinstone Circle, Bombay 1827
Elphinstone Circle panorama 1850

Elphinstone Circle, Bombay 1860



Elphinstone Circle Gardens - Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph

Elphinstone Circle, Bombay 1870

Elphinstone Circle and flora fountain  Bombay 1870
The Fort Street 
Part of the Fort, Bombay in 1864

Part of the Fort, Bombay in 1864

Street in Bombay Fort 1860

Street scene in the Fort area, Bombay 1870 

old car on Street at Fort Area 

Church gate street in Bombay Fort 1860


Church gate street in Bombay Fort 


Mode of transport in 1800
Bombay, from Malabar Hill 1855

Girgaum Cemetery, Bombay 1855

Hindu burning place, near Malabar Hill 1865

Malabar Point and Back Bay, Bombay 1855

Malabar Point, Bombay 1860

Malabar hill bombay 1870


Wilson Collage Cowpati bombay 1875




View of Bombay From Malabar hill 1853


Walkeshwar Temple , Bombay. 1855

Walkeshwar, Malabar Point, Bombay 1860
Walkeshwar Tank (Ban Ganga ) Bombay 1870




The Elephanta Caves, Bombay. 1855 to 1895















Some Old Buildings Of Bombay Constructed During British Period


Afghan Memorial Church - Colaba Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph


Inside view of Afghan Memorial Church, Colaba Bombay 1873

Bai Motlibai Wadia Obstetric Hospital 1875

Bombay Public Buildings 1875

Bombay University buildings 1877

Convocation Hall of the University, Bombay 1874
Bombay (Mumbai) - Crawford Market - 19th Century Photograph

Bombay Crawford Market 1900

Eastern Telegraph Office Bombay1880
Girgaum Church - Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph

Elphinstone College, Bombay 1871

Government House, Parel 1860

Ice House & Great Western Hotel 1900

Grand Medical College and Jamsetjee Hospital, Bombay. 1855


Mahalaxmi Bombay 1851

Mahalaxmi Temple back side view - Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph


Monkey Temple, Bombay,an albumen print, 1870

monkey-temple-Colored 1910

Monument of the late Marquis of Cornwallis,  1857

Opthalmic Hospital, Bombay 1875

Post Office Bombay 1870 
Bombay GPO 1925


Prince of Wales Museum Bombay 1910

Public Works Office Bombay 1870

Queen Victoria Statue, Bombay 1870

BB & CI Railway Administration Building 1896

Bombay High Court 1870

Sir Dinshaw Manackjee Petit Hospital 1870

St George's Hospital, Bombay 1890
Elphinstone Circle Garden gate and St. Thomas Church in Back Ground.1900 


Inside St. thomas Church  1865

Cars out side Taj Mahal Hotel 1930

Taj Mahal Hotel 1908

Taj Mahal Hotel 1900

The Bombay Yacht Club, February 1891

Brabourne stadium 1950

Watson's Hotel Bombay  1900
Bombay Byculla Hotel 1900 now khada parsi

Bombay Byculla Hotel 1925 now khada parsi

Bycullah Hotel &  Khada Parsee Kursutji Maneckji 1925
Byculla Church, Bombay 1855

Byculla Church - Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph

Byculla Club, Bombay 1860

Museum & Byculla - Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph

Entrance to Victoria Gardens, Byculla -  Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph

Prince Consort Statue, Byculla Museum - Bombay (Mumbai) - 19th Century Photograph

Temple, near the Railway Station at Byculla Bombay 1850
Temple near Railway Bridge, Byculla Bombay 1863
Bombay Harbour Docks 1870

Bombay Harbour from Apollo Bunder 1855

British naval flag carries King George V and Mary of Teck 1911

ship 'Bombay' & s.s. 'Mauritius' 1865
Back Bay in 1861

Bombay Back Bay 1870

Enjoy Some Street view of The Lost Bombay 

Bhendy Bazaar Road, Bombay 1870
Girgaum Road 1885

moharam in bombay 1880

Carnac Road Bombay 1881


Dhobi ghat near Mahalaxmi 1903

east across the intersection of Chowringee and today's Lenin street 1935

Old Hanuman Street 1925

jama masjid photo 1925

marine drive  1948
marine drive  1949


Null Bazar Native Street - Bombay 1925

old mumba devistreet  1880

Pydownie Mohammad-Ali--Road 1925

statue honoring the Prince of Wales, in an albumen photo, 1890

Some Street of bombay 1900

Tram on Bombay road 1935
Scotch Church, Court-House, and entrance to the Dock-Yard 1850
Victoria Dock (Now Bombay Port trust) construction, Bombay 1885
North wall north jetty, looking eastward Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1885



excavation from north-east corner, looking south-west Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1883

North and cross sections of main dam as seen from Musjid subsidiary dam 1886

the Construction of Victoria Dock. 1875

Reclamation, Mody Bay, No. 1 jetty from north 1886

View of south wall looking eastward from 1887

Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1886

Truck and engine with bottom girder 1883

North end, main dam Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1885

South end, main dam Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1885

View of sea-gates from inside of dock looking eastward 1883

Persons engaged making dock Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1885
North Jetty Shed in course of construction from the eastward Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1888


80-feet entrance looking west. Works complete Victoria Dock construction, Bombay 1888

Ceremony of admitting water to Victoria Dock by Lady Reay 1890

The Times of India Bombay 1898

The Times of India Logo 1892

Times of India Building opposite St Thomas's Cathedral 1892

Times of India Building, corner of Elphinstone Circle  1880
Establishment of Times of India January 1898 
Compositors and clerks of the 'Times of India' - 1890
Machinemen, pressmen and sepoys of theTimes of India 1892
General office Times of IndiaNovember 1898
Reading room Times of India November 1898.

General Manager's room Times of India November 1898.

Editor's roomTimes of India November 1898.

Machine room No. 1 'Times of India - November 1898

Machine room No. 2  Times of India- November 1898

Press roomTimes of India November 1898.

Stereo and type casting room Times of India November 1898.
Meet some Peoples of Old and Classic Bombay 

 Bombay India Mohammedan Merchant Selling Wares in Street  1942

Bombay policeman, India 1900

box worker 1900

coolis (Porter)

Cricket-Players,-in-Costume-with-Cricket-Bats-Outside-American-Mission-High-School

ENGLISH SOLDIERS IN INDIA -1900

goldsmith's shop, Bombay 1873

Grain sellers shop 1873

group of shoemakers 1873

Hamal ( Now Pati Wala's)

Indian Musicians 1900

Indian theatrical group, Bombay 1870

KNIFE SHARPENER-19TH CENTURY PHOTO

Market stall, India,1870

Pandit at bombay 1910
Bullock-drawn roller, Bombay 1870

SNAKE CHARMER 1900

the Bombay Rugby Team plays a league match in 1926

vegetable seller bombay1900

Some Famous Faces of Bombay 
Jagannath_Shanker seth

Khan Bahadur Dustorjee Nosherwanjee 1871

Khan Bahadur Padanjee Pestonjee 1860

Mr Shivel (Brahmin of Bombay) 1870

Sir Cowasjee Jehangir K.C.S.I. of Bombay. 1870

Bankoty group, Bombay 1870

Bombay party relax in style in 1910
Group of Maratha 1875

Group of Parsee pupils and masters in class of the Elphinstone High School, Bombay 1875

Group of pupils of the Bhagwandas Purshottum Girls' School, Bombay 1873

Henry Staveley Lawrence, acting governor of Bombay from 1926

Old-Hindu-pride-and-bride-room-Bombay-1900


Persian group, Bombay 1867

Portrait group, Bombay 1870

portrait of Gosavis, Bombay 1867

portrait of Parbhu group, Bombay 1867

portrait of Sonar group, Bombay 1857

portrait of three Parsees and a Parbhu, Bombay 1870

portrait of three Shenoy Bhatias, Bombay 1867

pupils of the Alexandra Native Girls' Institution 1873

pupils of the Government Normal School, Bombay

Sir (Rustomjee Cowasjee Cursetjee) Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy with family in  very  first cars  in  bombay 

Studio portrait of two Rajputs, Bombay 1867

portrait of a group of Parsee ladies 1853


Old Map Of Mumbai 
  
         Map of Mumbai 1893                                                                                        Map of Mumbai 1909
                          

 Bombay map on1879





Rajabai tower & Mumbai University 



Mahim Fort 

Mumbai Mosoon




Gateway of India in colour

Gateway of India



Tram In Mumbai 


Streets of Mumbai 



Arrival of Public Transport In Bombay 


First Bus From BEST

Metro Cinema in circle 


First 2 deck Bus From BEST



Some Transport Mode of Bombay 


Heritage Collection Indian Railway & Western Railway
 (Old name BB&CI)
Bombay Baroda & Central India Railway



Victoria Terminus  




Very First Trains Driven By Bullocks -1863



Churchgate Station




Churchgate Station

Churchgate Station Backside

Train Reaching at Churchgate Station from Colaba

                         
In side View of Churchgate Station
New Train From Churchgate Station 1957




Marin Lines Station

Mahalaxmi Station 

Outside Station Mumbai Central


Inside View of Mumbai Central Station
North End of Mumbai Central Station
Dadar Station

Bandra Station

Steam Engine


Inside Churchgate Station

1908 BBCIR suburban Time Table



Frontier-Mail BB & CI


Topping off  Coach  with ice in AC Train 1900

Old AC Coach Cooled by ICE 

Construction of Vasai Bridge

Construction of Vasai Bridge


Frontier Mail on Vasai Bridge

Local Train on Vasai Bridge



Flying Ranee on Vasai Bridge

360HP DE class Diesel Electric locomotive No. 800

BB&CI Steam Engine

local train to Churchgate






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93 comments:

  1. Very good collection of the pictures.
    City as well as suburbs of Bombay were beautiful too.

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  2. awsome.....!!!!!

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  3. Thanks for the information, Great Collection,
    Mumbai.

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  4. in love with the collection..............amazing bombay

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  5. very good collection..........

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    1. Thanks N visit again !!!

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    2. nice collection it was loving it

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  7. Great Collection :)

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  8. Awesome Collection

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  9. Aaaah! its Great to see Old Mumbai nd also da consstruction of Vasai bridge... if u hav an account on facebook den do send me request on fb on anwar5431@gmail.com ... hope thr wil b more ofurs collectionon fb too.... wating fo ua replyon fb.... Thank U....

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  10. Fantastic Collection.
    Thanks for putting it all in one place.
    --Ashvini

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  11. mi mumbai cha , mumbai mazi,,,,,,

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  12. really amazing collection, can watch for hours.

    thanks a lot for the lost moments.

    Prasad Shetty

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  13. Hats off to u brother! U took initiatives to tell us the history of Bombay. It really makes us feel proud when we know the history of such historic heritage called Bombay. All info on this page is 100% useful for everyone.
    Thanx for doing such an astonishing job!
    I would really like to see ur post card collection of old Bombay, kindly send it on

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  14. kindly send it on Vishram.Chitnis@gmail.com

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  15. I thoroughly appreciate learning it. Thanks for talking about it. I need such type of post that improves my details. Keep posting. Gulmarg  Kashmir  Skiing tour is best way of visiting Kashmir.

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  16. very good job...... keep it up

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  17. Asume dude accurate inform provided by you thanks a lottttttttttt...

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  18. Ultimate........ Superb........ Marvelous........

    Thanks a lot & keep up the good work.......

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  19. awesome photos ..... great collection , now i get to now why it is called as dream city of India

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  20. very good job...... keep it up and thanks for all your efforts for collection. - Salim Kazi

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  21. Very Good Collection Of Old Amchi Mumbai !!!!

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  22. very good and beautiful images of old bombay

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  23. Super collection

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  24. Awesome trip through Bombay.Thanks.

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  25. huge collection............ thanks bro it was very helpful for my school project................

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  26. reallyy awsm collection

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  27. A brilliant trip down memory lane and astonishing pictures to go with it. Great research and effort taken. Thank you.

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  28. Hats off to you!! Awsome pics. Thanks a million....Relived all those years in Bombay thru yr pics. Its just not the same anymore. Lucky citizens of yore...

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  29. From these collections can a brief history of Bombay now Mumbai be written for new age , some of the seniors might be knowing but for the interest of new generation it will be halpfull for their knowledge those who are staying now in Bombay - Mumbai. I first visited Bombay in 1958 since than I have memory of those period till to day at my age of 80 years

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  30. Hi Himanshu
    Going through your wonderful collection of old photographs, I came upon a photograph of my family (the one titled 'Persian group, Bombay 1867'). It is actually three generations: third from left is my great-great-great grandfather, Mirza Mohammad Husain Khan Dilawar Jung, second from right is my great-great grandfather, Mirza Musa Khan, and first from left is my great grandfather, Mirza Mohammad Alikhan.

    Where did you get this photograph?!! I have a copy of this, but a retouched version. Based on on apparent ages of the people in it, I had calculated the date of the photograph to be 1865, but I find I was off by 2 years.

    Can you pl get in touch with me on this? My email id is anvaro@hotmail.com. Many thanks - Mirza Anvar Alikhan

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  31. This an awesome and painstaking collection, which sent me on a very nostalgic trip to the bombay of my childhood.
    Thank you so much for doing this . I will cherish this email for posterity and pass it on to my children.
    Thank you once again for this great service provided by you

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  32. A cornucopia of vintage photographs...an awesome collection encompassing the sights & almost the sounds of a bustling city. It is a wonderful & beautiful collection of our city.

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  33. Brings back many good memories. Thank you for the great collection of photographs.

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  34. Himanshu ji, words fail me to appreciate your love for the collections you made for us. I never knew about Bombay and how it looked between 1750 to 1860's. It is like discovering Bombay in India. A billion thanks for presenting us your 'Fantastic and magnificent collection'. Please keep doing so for this and future generation because Ancient India will be lost to them due to policies and politics and western culture.

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  35. The best collection of Bombay pictures I have ever seen. Until I saw these pictures I had no idea how many beautiful buildings there were in Byculla -- and I had lived in the area for over 15 years. Thanks for compiling and sharing!

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  36. Sent on 4.1.2015.

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  37. A passage through history...Beyond any experience...fantastic

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  38. Thanks to all for your valuable comments

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  39. timmmmmmaaahhh timmmmaaahhhhh

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  40. TIIIMMMMMMAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!

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  41. These are just brilliant photographs... captures the essence of the Bombay that was.... a kool collection.
    You should try a postcard business...

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  42. An excellent collection preceded by a short but definitive relation of the history of this historic city!
    Just one small observation - there is one picture of the Chowringhee area of Calcutta that has been included, surely due to an oversight.

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  43. Brilliant. For a mumbaikar very nostalgic

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  44. This is a gem of a collection.
    Born and bred in Bombay, I make it a point to see all the old pics of Bombay, but I must admit you have something more than that.
    Must come back again and have a detailed look.

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  45. Brings great memories of my favourite place Bombay. Oh, how it has moulded us with character. Thanks a lot.

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  46. Awesome Pics collected..................Loved all the Pics........nice collection .....made us remember again that we are staying in a royal Country....which has different flower in ( Humans).........differents Lights in All walk of Life......and the biggest thing is that u made us to to THANKS those people who gave us such a beautiful country........so that we can make them even better........for todays world................"ONCE AGAIN THANKS A LOTT FOR THE PERSON WHO PUT IT FOR US TO WATCH"

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  47. Thanks to all for wonderful comments

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  48. Awesome and nostalgic as I was born in Mumbai in the very early 50s I remember many old buildings seen here. Really beautiful.

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  49. Awesome and nostalgic as I was born in Mumbai in the very early 50s I remember many old buildings seen here. Really beautiful.

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  50. This is a great collection. Some captions are not correct. For example, the new 3-coach EMU on Vasai Bridge cannot be in 1940s.More like late 1950s. But very nice to see these old photographs and drawings. Totally different scene today. Good to see who originally built Bombay (Mumbai) - the docks, the railways, the hospitals, the schools. very very educational!

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  51. you took me back to my school & college days in Bombay. My sincere thanks for this wonderful journey it is priceless I shall always cherish this. God bless & Good luck

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  52. you took me back to my school & college days in Bombay. My sincere thanks for this wonderful journey it is priceless I shall always cherish this. God bless & Good luck

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  53. Very good collection of photographs. It is a collector's item.
    N.K.Agarwal

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  54. A very good collection of photographs. This is a collector's item.
    N.k.Agarwal

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  55. Loved the pics of Bombay and other travel sites..
    Wish I could travel India by road and experience the real Bharat, any ideas how I can travel in India for a year ??
    I am a dil se desi but living in USA for many years..

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    1. Hahaha It is so hard to get out of the cage you are in, my friend. No offense. Life is short and if you really want to do it, buy a ticket and make your dream happen. I billion plus move around in India without any issues and with your US affluence, it should be pretty easier than you may think. On my trip to Ladakh exactly two months ago, I met a french guy living his dream- on a monthly budget of US$200, he is enjoying India on a bicycle. Hundreds of tourists passed by us but he was there relaxed and enjoying the sunset over Leh.
      With best wishes...

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  56. Himanshubhai,
    Very well done!
    બહુ સરસ ફોટાઓ મુક્યા છે તમે! મજા આવી ગઈ.

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  57. Wow, a great collection -thank you. My great grandfather was Dock Master of Victoria Dock between 1905 and 1928. Do you know of any sites that may have any more images/history of Victoria Docks? Again, great work.

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  58. Delightful. Brings back stories from my late dad abt India in those days. The places names and views. I could hear my dad's voice as he told me about Bombay. Ta so much for the gift you have given me.

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  59. Just awesome - what a beautiful city!!

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  60. Really the best, awesome images of old Mumbai, loved it truly.

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