|Altitude:||98 m (322 ft)|
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| East Indian Railway|
Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway
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places of interest during the British period
Modern spelling: Allahabad
The High Court of Judicature for the North-Western Provinces was transferred to Allahabad from Agra in 1869. In 1887, the University of Allahabad was founded and All Saints Cathedral was consecrated.
Churches and missions
- All Saints Cathedral, Cannington. Some photos of exterior at All Saints Cathedral (Beautiful Indian Churches blogspot).
- 1887–All Saints Cathedral, Allahabad archiseek.com
- Holy Trinity, Church Road
- St David's, Cantonment
- Roman Catholic
- St Joseph's, Thornhill Road
- Other denominations
- St Andrew's, Church of Scotland, Elgin Road
- Baptist Church, Elgin Road
- Church Mission Society, St Paul's Church
- Divinity College
- The Baptist, American Methodist Episcopal and Zenana
- Trancriptions and images from Memorials and Gravestones in Allahabad - including Holy Trinity Church, Muir Road (Civil Lines) Cemetery and Kydganj no 1 cemetery FIBIS database. One set of transcriptions is from the British Library records IOR/R/4/539 List of inscriptions in Uttar Pradesh.
Allahabad was an important junction on the main line of the East Indian Railway. Here, the line from Calcutta bifurcated with one line running north to Delhi and the other south-west to Jubbulpore where there was an end-to-end connection with the Great Indian Peninsula Railway's main line from Bombay. In 1925, when both the EIR and GIPR became state railways, the section from Jubbulpore to Allahabad was transferred to the GIPR. The Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway had a terminus at Allahabad.
- Allahabad Town Imperial Gazetteer of India
- The World's First Official Post By Aeroplane Allahabad, India, Saturday 18th February 1911 by Ken Harman www.studygroup.org
- Allahabad Bible Seminary (Beautiful Indian Churches blogspot).
- 1886–Muir College, Allahabad archiseek.com
- Photograph of the entrance to Muir Road Civil Cemetery, Allahabad. findagrave.com. This cemetery is known to locals as "Rajapur Cemetery" or "Rajapur Kabristaan" (in Hindi).
- An Indian Pilgrimage by Martin Everett. rorkesdriftvc.com. Appears to be written 2003 or earlier. This article describes a Regimental Memorial, located in the old cantonment cemetery at Allahabad, on the west side of the city, dedicated to those soldiers and families of the 24th Regiment who died of fever at Ranikhet and Allahabad from 1889 to 1891.
Historical books online
- The Travel Letters of Mrs. Kindersley, transcriptions from the book first published in 1777 Letters from the Island of Teneriffe, Brazil, the Cape of Good Hope, and the East Indies. The letters from India commence with Letter 18 in Pondicherry June 1765 and conclude with letter 67 from Calcutta in 1768. Most of Letters 27-63 were written from Allahabad 1767-1768. Note: Only the first page of the letter is displayed, click on the image for a full transcription. travel-letters.org.
- Allahabad page 363 Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Sanitary State of the Army in India : with Abstract of Evidence, and of Reports Received from Indian Military Stations 1864 Archive.org
- "The relative health of the right and left wings of the 58th Regiment" [at Allahabad] by Surgeon EL Lundy M.D., 58th Regiment, page 346 Army Medical Department Report for the year 1869 Google Books. It appears that the New Cantonment at Allahabad was completed about this time i.e. c 1869.
- "India: Bengal. Report" "Asiatic Cholera" by C. Macnamara, Medical Officer-in-Charge of the "Chandnie" Hospital, Calcutta, and Surgeon to the Ophthalmic Hospital. Contains references to the 58th Regiment and cholera at Allahabad in 1869. Page 101. Reports on the progress of practical and scientific medicine, ed. by H. Dobell, Volume 2, 1871. Google Books
- District Gazetteers of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh: Volume 23: Allahabad 1911 may be downloaded as a pdf from Bhagirathi - The Institute Repository of IIT Roorkee