Khyber Pass, Peshawar

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  • Khyber Pass
    by AliJoe
  • Khyber Pass
    by AliJoe
  • Khyber Pass
    by AndreasK
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    While travelling Khyber...

    by AliJoe Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Favorite thing:

    While travelling Khyber Pass, you are moving through more then 30 tunnels and crossing 90's bridges. All this done by great builder's British during colonial day supported by great effort by local workers. According to the Notice there, all construction completed in 1920's. The railway work is great, a lot of effort in materials and geneious work !!


    Fondest memory:
    Something is attract my eyes here, each time pass through flat surface, there is a monuments. By reading the Notice, found out the history of British Army who stood guard here. I'm falling into a Time Tunnel...fly by 200 years back !!!

    STAND ARM !!! SALUTE TO YOU BROTHERS FIGHTER AND WARRIORS. UNDER WHAT CAUSE YOU FIGHT FOR, I DON'T GIVE A DAMM. YOU GONE BY WHAT YOU BELIEVE. GOOD BYE TO YOU MY BROTHER WARRIORS, QUEEN'S GUARD, GURKHA INFANTARY, LANCER and CHARGE OF LIGHT BRIGADE !!! ......I WILL FOLLOW YOU ONE DAY ...' THE DAY ' WILL COME !!!

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    The trip to the Khyber Pass...

    by AndreasK Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Favorite thing: The trip to the Khyber Pass leads through an area where local tribes have their own law and order. Here, the Pashtuns are living, a very proud tribe.

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