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Dinapore was a British garrison town in the 19th century. It is now called Danapur and is in Bihar state. It is about 10km north-west of Patna, and 500km north-west of Calcutta. It is the second oldest Cantonment in India
Modern name: Danapur
Arrah Barracks was constructed in 1859-60 and Victoria Barracks was constructed during 1896-99.
- St Luke (Anglican)
The East Indian Railway had a locomotive workshop at Dinapore.
- "Of cemetery & its sorry saga - Slice of British history lies buried and lost in absence of records" by Piyush Kumar Tripathi 22 November 2014 The Telegraph. St Stephen’s Catholic Cemetery in Danapur Cantonment.
- Danapurins Includes images of St Luke's Church and the Arrah and Victoria Barracks.
Historical books online
- Dinapore Town Imperial Gazetteer
- The cantonment at Dinapore, page 293 Army Medical Department: Report for the Year 1862 Google Books
- Dinapore page 358 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
- Danapurians, refere External links above.