The project records the Drill Halls of the Territorial Army in the period 1908 - 1914 before they are lost to redevelopment.
I believe this fabulous drill hall has been demolished. 2nd Middlesex Artillery Volunteers Leonard St Shoreditch.
Winter, ruins of Metzeral, Vosges, sent 09/1919. "Lamentable, mines, rien que mines" says the writer. My card.
Vosges military skieurs sent Feb '17 to little son w/ hugs & wishes to see him soon. By 6 weeks later, was dead.
Un ravitaillement par mulets en hiver dans les Vosges alsaciennes. Mules transport, military. Miserable conditions.
Douaniers guarding frontier between Alsace (then Germany) & France, snow, winter. (My card, 1904) Unenviable.
Falmouth Drill Hall rises as the Phoenix, complete with moon and roosting pigeons.
Paisley Drill Hall for sale after rotting for years. PP for conversion, etc. Our card, posted 1908.
Drill hall on Thorp Street as it was.
New aquisition Colyton Drill Hall posted 1904. Building extant. If anyone in area wd love an up to date photo.
And this is our postcard showing the Drill Hall, Lincoln dated 1905 (same year as typhoid epidemic). (Hall extant)
Pics of Lincoln Drill Hall as typhoid hospital are scarce & expensive but this rather murky one shows patients arriving
Post-War battlefield tourism, Vosges. I know these roads well - can be v hairy in modern car let alone this vehicle.
I've met this sort of driver haring round summits of Vosges (1871 Frontier, just pre-WW1.) (@Bradfordww1) My card.
Norwich old City Wall ran thro site of drill hall; medieval tower now lost. All archeological evidence destroyed.
Project's new pic - Norwich Drill Hall - opened 1886 - castellated, in brick & red flint. Replaced by roundabout.
Little Longstone Well Dressing 2011 based on WW1 postcard depicting nurse tending wounded soldier. Theme Red Cross.
Our postcard of Shepherd's Bush drill hall. Has had upper storey added since. Insignia mark its former occupants.
Drone bee emerging from honeycomb in own back garden. Not a macro lens. See #2 drone tentacles to left. Am awed.
But it had become a tattered, littered playground ...Surely facade ought have have been Listed.
Rifle Street, Oldham. Permission had been granted for demolition - would be a great loss to local heritage
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