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The Last Train to Katwa An Autobiographical Photo Feature

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The Last Train to Katwa An Autobiographical Photo Feature. “The last train to Katwa” is an autobiographical photo feature narrating the chronicle of the present, almost on the verge of extinction, Katwa-Bolgona “Narrow Gauge” railway, the last of such railway in the plains of Bardhaman district(earlier known as Burdwan) of West Bengal, India. December 1, 1915, set the steam engines chugging and the wheels of the carriage rolling through a journey of 53 km from Katwa to Burdwan. McLeoyd & Company of the then British rule laid the 762 mm (30 inch) track

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