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    This an aerial photograph of the Labyrinth area, east of Neuville St. Vaast on 8th March 1916.

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    No date or names given. " Battalion Scouts"

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    The trenches in front of Thiepval November 1915, in the snow.

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    Mike, have edited photo to get a clearer view.
    It is interesting to see the badge worn in the T-O-S; some wear the hackle; others wear just the badge;and some both.
    There are no shoulder titles being worn, the man wearing a bi-metal badge front row is not wearing sgts stripes.
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    Thanks Ron, interesting, and that certainly looks better. Which software did you use?

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    Mike, Windows 10 photo editor.
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    This, not a great photograph, but, a historic one-taken 102 years ago today, leaving Bedford.

    (Ron. Have just looked at W10 photo editor and it's not bad, thanks for tip.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikky View Post
    This, not a great photograph, but, a historic one-taken 102 years ago today, leaving Bedford.

    (Ron. Have just looked at W10 photo editor and it's not bad, thanks for tip.)

    Mike

    Not bad for an old photo.

    13ytsk.jpg

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    " Knee-deep in mud " Left to right - Captain J A Durie Adjutant 6/Black Watch, Captain McMichael, 7th Gordons, Major J Wylie, 6/Black Watch. Upper Donnet near Aveluy, November 1915.

    (Had a wee go at tweaking it)

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    Another taken at Bedford. Officers April 1915

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