Duke Of Edinburgh At Parel Station Bombay, 1867 Print

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Duke Of Edinburgh At Parel Railway Station Bombay, 1867 Print

This is an 1867 Print, a clipping from The Illustrated London News (newspaper). The Duke of Edinburgh departs from the Parel Railway Station Bombay (Mumbai). The title reads- Departure of The Duke of Edinburgh From The Parell Station of The Great Indian Peninsular Railway. The Duke refers to Prince Alfred, the second son of Queen Victoria who had toured India in 1867.

See also my posts- Royal Visit To British Era Bombay – Old Print 1883.

The railway station was under the Great Indian Peninsular Railway (GIPR) in the British era. It is now on the Central Line (Central Railway). Parel is in the heart of Mumbai. See the empty fields that it was once in the past. Noticeable is the British flags flying at the station.

See picture in- Parel station gets new platform and foot overbridge.

Did you know- Parel was originally one of the seven islands of Bombay.

From the collection-Vintage Raja Ravi Varma “Saraswati” Oleograph., Old Malabar Hotel In Cochin Ernakulam- 5 Old Photos 1948., Century In Malabar Peirce Leslie & Co – Old Book

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