This is an extraordinary photographic record of the last steam trains in India. It is not simply a book for railway enthusiasts. These photographs portray a workforce in an industry on the edge of extinction, the pivotal role of the railways in Indian life and the drama of the Indian landscape. The steam train was first introduced to India by the British in 1853, starting in Bombay and spreading rapidly until the country had thousands of miles of track. Now an estimated 4,000 million passengers a year make its network one of the busiest in the world.
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