BOMBAY(MUMBAI) TO POONA(PUNE) G.I.P.(Great Indian Peninsula Railway - Wikipedia)Poona Races Railway A colonial-era poster advertising the express trains journeys from Bombay to Poona Racecourse along the Great Indian Peninsular (GIP) railway. With such enticing facilities as a ladies' boudoir and baths the new carriages were clearly suitable for the great and the good of British society.
|A poster from November 1905 for the Great Indian Peninsula Railway. The India railway service began in 1853 with a 25 mile journey from Mumbai (Bombay). During the year 1946-7 the number of railway employees in India stood at 1,047,000.|
10" x 8" Print of the 1949 British Railways Poster "An Engine is Wheeled" by Terence Cuneo, subtitled "Derby Locomotive Works