Aerial View of Mumbai – Old Photo Postcard 1920

This old 1920 photo postcard shows the aerial view of Bombay, now Mumbai. The iconic Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Hotel is visible in the foreground. The area was known as Apollo Bunder in British era times. The Bombay Yacht Club is also visible, right at the back is possibly the Marine Drive. In between is the Fort area and visible is the Prince of Wales Museum, Rajabai Clock Tower, High Court, etc. Click on the photo to get a better view

See a past post on Apollo Bunder Apollo Bunder Bombay Waiting For Steamer – Old Print 1880.

See posts- Bombay University Hall & Rajabai Clock Tower – Old Postcard, and Rare Advertisement Taj Palace Hotel Bombay 1907.  

Read also- Story of cities #11: the reclamation of Mumbai – from the sea, and its people

Did you know- On October 15, 1932, a date that made aviation history, JRD famously piloted the first-ever flight from Karachi to Mumbai. 

From the collection- 1964 M. Suriyamoorthy Charcoal On Paper (#2).,  Zamindars of Madras Presidency In British India 1929 – Old Photograph.,  Eden Garden & Harbour In Kolkata Old Print 1905

The images are of the actual items from my collection. And Not a photocopy, pirated, reproduced, or stock photos or taken from other sources.