Ghanta Ghar (Cunningham Clock Tower), Peshawar. It was built in 1900 in commemoration of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The clock tower was named the Cunningham Clock Tower after Sir George Cunningham, former British governor and political agent in the province.
Peshawar Zoological Gardens, 1920s
Caravan Serai, Peshawar, 1920
Edwards Gate, Peshawar – 1920
British Infantry Lines Peshawar, 1910s
Saddar Bazaar Peshawar, 1910s
Kissa (Qissa) Khawani Bazar, Peshawar – 1910
The Duchess of Connaught Hospital, Peshawar, 1906
A Caravan Arrived in Peshawar from Kabul – 1905
Peshawar Zoo – 1890
North Entrance Gate of Peshawar City, 1880s
The Elephants Battery in Peshawar, 1880s
Jamrud Fort, at the Entrance of Khyber Pass, 1880s
Kuki Khels Native Regiment, Peshawar, 1880s
Afridi Soldiers from Khyber Pass, 1887
Principal Street of Peshawar, 1886
The Tent of an Officer with Servants and Horses at Peshawar, 1883
Pashtun Men with Governor and Deputy Governor, Outside Governor’s Compound, Peshawar, 1880
View of Peshawar and St. John’s Church, 1878. Photograph of Peshawar, with a view across the cantonment towards St. John’s Church and the distant mountains of the Khyber Pass, taken in 1878 by John Burke.
Khyber Chiefs with a British Political Officer at Jamrud Fort, 1878. Extremely rare Photos of Khyber Chiefs with a British Political Officer, Captain Tucker, at Jamrud Fort, at the mouth of Khyber Pass
Peshawar Fort – 1878. GT (Grand Trunk) Road is in the foreground.
A Market in Peshawar, Photo taken between 1860s to 1880s
Peshawar Bazar – 1865