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'The Campolie Tank, foot of the Bore Ghaut'. One of a series of Views in India and in the vicinity of Bombay. Lithographed by W. Spreat after Major Pouget. Published in London, c.1850

'The Campolie Tank, foot of the Bore Ghaut'. One of a series of Views in India and in the vicinity of Bombay. Lithographed by W. Spreat after Major Pouget. Published in London, c.1850

Lithographer: Spreat, William (fl. mid-19th century)

Medium: Lithograph, coloured

Date: 1850

Shelfmark: P2368

Item number: 2368

Length: 20

Width: 30

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Print

Coloured lithograph of 'The Campolie Tank' at the foot of the Bhor Ghat in Maharashtra by William Spreat (fl. mid-19th century) after an original drawing by Major Robert Pouget dated c. 1850. This image is one of a series of 'Views in India and in the vicinity of Bombay'.

The Bore Ghat pass was one of the major routes through the Western Ghats, linking the sea coast with the Deccan. In the 1840s, George Clark the Chief Engineer of the Bombay Government and the Great Indian Peninsula Railway Company developed a scheme to create a reversing station here, which was opened in 1861.

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