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The first passenger train of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway left Boree Bunder station in Bombay for Tannah. The train took 57 minutes to reach Tannah and covered a distance of 21 miles. Three locomotives named Sultan, Sindh, and Sahib pulled the 14 carriages carrying 400 passengers on board.
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