This page contains a photograph which is one of several belonging to the photo gallery pages which are part of several pages relating to
the invention of the world's first automatic totalizator in 1913 and Automatic Totalisators, the company founded to develop, manufacture and export these systems.
This image shows Julius Tote Machine Room at the Western India Turf Club in Bombay now known as Mumbai. This is the second enclosure according to the writing on the back of the photo. This installation was performed in 1925. This machinery is recording the bets being sold and presenting the totals displays shown on the grandstand image following this one in the photo gallery.
The photographer's stamp on this photo reads FRED MITCHELL PHOTOGRAPHER BOMBAY
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