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Monument to James John Berkley (1819-62). c. 1865. Camberwell Old Cemetery, Southwark, London. [Click on this image and those below to enlarge them.]

According to British Listed Buildings site, “Berkeley, trained by Robert Stephenson, built the first railway line in India. £3,000 was raised by public subscription for this monument. The full inscription, which can be found on the site, explains that Berkley designed the “ extensive system of railways . . . in Western India which comprised the BHORE and THUL GHAT inclines up the SYHADRER range of mountains.”

3025, Cockspur, Westminster

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References

“Monument to James John Berkeley, Camberwell Old Cemetery.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 September 2012. [Listing NGR: C2008002006]. The site has “Berkeley” but the monument has “Berkley” — RF


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