Bhagat Singh, who was hung in a Lahore jail on March 23, 1931 is the subject of continuing dispute in Lahore. Motions have been filed to name what is now a traffic chowk after Bhagat Singh. From The Times of India story: "Bhagat Singh Memorial
An educational institution in the heart of Lahore. Originally founded as a middle school in 1883 it was upgraded to a high school in 1891. Tthe school spreads over an area of 23,155 sq.
Nedous Hotel was established on the Mall in 1880 by Michael Adams Nedou, apparently from Dubrovnik, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. A grand hotel, it would have held many secrets of old Lahore.
[Original caption] Punjab Club, Lahore. There aremany fine buildings in the modern part of the City of Lahore, while the picturesque old town with its balconies, projecting oriel windows, and irregular buildings will delight the artist.
Boat bridges were common in the 19th century; not only the Ravi at Lahore, but the Hooghly in Kolkata, the Indus at Attock were all traversed by ancient boat bridges that rose or were washed away by floods, but could easily be managed and repaired.
Lahore's Historic Delhi Gate is one of the most crowded parts of the walled city and faces the city of Delhi in India. The original Mughal city gate facing Delhi was rebuilt by the British in the 19th century.
[Original caption] Delhi gate, Lahore.
The gun in front of Lahore Museum that was made famous in Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim which begins "He sat, in defiance of municipal orders, astride the gun Zam-Zammah on her brick platform opposite the old Aijab Ghar–the Wonder House, as the natives
[Original caption] "The blow that was hurled at us this afternoon was a nail in the coffin of the British Empire. Nobody who has seen it is ever likely to forget it. It has sunk deep into our own soul.
One of several buildings built by the British, the G.P.O. still dominates one end of the Mall near Anarkali.
[Original caption] General Post Office, Lahore. Lahore is the capital of the Punjab Province of India.