A photo from the Bengal-Nagpur Railway Construction. The people I can see in this photo are possibly a couple hundred men. Could also be seen as the workers of the railroad being constructed. The objects in the photo are clothes and hats being worn by these men, man-made bridges, and a deep valley in a dirt desert setting. The activities being done in the photo are seen to be walking, traveling, sitting, and possibly working. The deductions I have drawn from this photo are that the bridges are what connects the workers to and from the railroad they were constructing. These bridges and paths were probably everywhere in order to connect the workers over the tough terrain to allow them to bring supplies and the manpower needed to complete the job. The building of the railroads at the time was probably India’s main focus, considering this was the first railroad of India’s time. I deducted the feeling that India wanted to get this right, so they sent out hundreds of workers to get it done in order for the railroad transportation to be complete. A couple questions I came across while analyzing this photo was that how long did it take to construct these railroads completely? And did people die from building them? If so, how many lives were lost in the construction of these railroads?