Opening of the Busoga Railway, 1912
Scope and Contents
Octavo (21 x 15.5 cm.), containing 48 matte silver prints (each approximately 8 x 11 cm.); with captions.
- From the Collection: Winterton, Humphrey (Person)
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The Busoga Railway was the official name for the line from Jinja to Namasagali. It was constructed in 1911-1912 at a cost of some £125,000. The photographer was evidently one of the Europeans in charge of construction of the line.
1 album (1 album, 24 p., 21 x 16 cm.) : Black half-morocco, cloth sides, red morocco label to spine, gilt.
Album of original photographs recording the opening of the Busoga Railway. Unidentified photographer, 1912.
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