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Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway
The rise of Perambur as a premier Anglo-Indian centre was mainly due to the location there of the Carriage Works and Loco Works and the huge Perambur Railway Colony popularly known as the Pananthope Railway Colony.
Modern name: Perambur
- Holy Cross Church, now CSI (Church of South India). Established 1896, it was originally called the Perambur Railway Church, when it was under the railway authorities.
- Our Lady of Lourdes
- Wesley Church, now CSI. Established 1905
The headquarters of the Madras Railway Volunteers was at Perambore.
- Perambur Wikipedia (retrieved 18 May 2014)
- Perambur railway station Wikipedia (retrieved 25 October 2014)
- Perambur Carriage Works railway station Wikipedia (retrieved 25 October 2014)
- Perambur Loco Works railway station Wikipedia (retrieved 25 October 2014)
- "Perambur – an Anglo-Indian bastion" by Geoffrey K. Francis Madras Musings Volume XXIV No. 2, May 1-15, 2014 (retrieved 18 May 2014)
- Perambur And Choolai: The Development Of North Madras Madras Vignettes (retrieved 18 May 2014)
- St Joseph’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School established 1883 (retrieved 18 May 2014)
- Regional Rail Museum, ICF, Chennai near Perambur/Villivakkam (ICF=Integrated Coach Factory) (retrieved 18 May 2014)