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Darjeeling bazaar (market place) in 1916

Below Keventer's, British ladies prancing up towards Planter's Club during the 1930s

Darjeeling in the 1930s

Old Auckland Road, 1930s

Agony Point or Batasia Loop

Chowrasta, the square in Darjeeling around 1905. Note the two palanquin bearers carrying a British lady holding a parasol.

Bridge at Victoria Falls, Darjeeling (1912)

Kurseong in the 1900s

Palanquin or "Dandy" bearers of the British Raj

Dark ridges accentuating the brilliant peaks of Kanchenjunga. Pic taken in 1890

Three quarter mile below Kurseong 1865

View of Darjeeling from St. Paul's School taken in the 1870s. "Darjeeling was part of the territory of the Rajas of Sikkim till the 18th century and was given to the British in 1835. The British built a sanatorium here and it soon became the summer headquarters of the Bengal government. This is a general view overlooking the town, looking north towards Sikkim and the Himalayas, with the peak of Kanchenjunga visible in the far distance."

Road to Darjeeling during the British Raj

Rickshaw pullers resting. Chowrasta, Darjeeling during the British Raj

Those were the days. Old Taxi Stand in Darjeeling

Darjeeling railway road below Kurseong

The Indian Big Ben. Capitol Cinema in Darjeeling during the British Raj

Toy train on the way to Darjeeling, below St. Alphonsus School in Kurseong

Anglican Church in Pankhabari Road, Kurseong