Murree, Pakistan, on the southern slopes of the Western Himalayan foothills, was the summer capital of the Punjab Province of British India until 1864, hence its colonial architecture. It was originally established as a sanatorium for British troops garrisoned on the Afghan frontier.
I love the cars and the proximity to the railroad tracks.
The post office in Pueblo, Colorado, on a postcard above and in the original architect’s drawing below.
Every “Phostint” postcard from the Detroit Publishing Co. began as a black & white photo. I really enjoy seeing the “After” and the “Before.”