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|Altitude:||285 m (935 ft)|
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|Indian Midland Railway|
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places of interest during the British period
Jhansi was the headquarters of Jhansi District in the Allahabad Division of United Provinces during the British period.
The city was the centre of the Indian Midland Railway system, whence four lines diverged to Agra, Cawnpore, Allahabad and Bhopal. This line later became the Great Indian Peninsula Railway (GIPR).
- Jhansi City Imperial Gazetteer of India
- Jhansi (Lynchgate) Cantonment Cemetery News item dated 01 January 2012 Commonwealth War Graves Commission, now an archived webpage
- Jhansi Cantonment Cemetery cwgc.org
- Jhansi Cantonment Cemetery indian-cemeteries.org
- Murder In Jhansi, 1915: Major Marmaduke Henry Littledale Gale, 8th (Indian) Cavalry
- 1941-1945 Eastern Travels Part 2 by Cecil John Callis, Royal Corps of Signals. WW2People’s War. The author was posted to Jhansi in October 1941.
- Bhowani Junction – a brief but memorable encounter with Hollywood by Hamid Hussain April 12, 2013 forpakistan.org. "The geographic location of fictional Bhowani Junction was most likely Jhansi"
Historical books online
- Jhansi page 369 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