Barauli

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Barauli is a small village west of Bari and a station on the Mohari-Barauli Railway which was a 6in/762mm narrow gauge(NG) line constructed by the Imperial Delhi Committee for the carriage of stone for Delhi (later to be named New Delhi) from quarries at Barauli [1].

The railway opened in Feb 1917
See also Delhi Imperial Construction Railways for further information

The village is not mentioned in the Imperial Gazetteer of India

The modern details are 'Barauli village is located in Baseri Tehsil of Dhaulpur district in Rajasthan, India. It is situated 30km away from sub-district headquarter Baseri and 58km away from district headquarter Dhaulpur'[2].

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