Title - Photographs of the Accrington Pals
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Click to enlarge 15017 Sgt. John Hindle (left) and 15385 Sgt. James Bridge outside Accrington Pals Battalion Headquarters at 5 Whalley Road, Accrington (formerly a butcher's shop). Photograph by kind courtesy of Marjorie O'Donnell.

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Click to enlarge Accrington Pals at Ellison's Tenement in Accrington. In the background, the second shed of the Accrington Corporation Tramways Department is under construction. Photograph taken by Sam Harrison in 1914.

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Click to enlarge A (Accrington) Company group, photographed outside the Drill Hall on 15th October 1914. Photograph by kind courtesy of Louise Baird.

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Click to enlarge No. 1 Platoon, B (District) Company, photographed in 1914 on land adjoining Hyndburn Park School, Accrington. Behind the figure lying down on the right is 15997 Pte. Arthur Robinson (with hands resting on his shoulders). Photograph by kind courtesy of Robert and Tony Robinson.

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Click to enlarge Blackburn section. 15694 Percy Lund is eighth from the left in the middle row. Photograph by kind courtesy of Rosemary Gardiner.

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Click to enlarge On parade at Ellison's Tenement in Accrington. Photograph taken by Sam Harrison in 1914.

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Click to enlarge 1 and 2 Platoons, A (Accrington) Company in Accrington Drill Hall.

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Click to enlarge 3 and 4 Platoons, A (Accrington) Company in Accrington Drill Hall. Photograph by kind courtesy of John Garwood.

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Click to enlarge 15694 Pte. Percy Lund (left) and 15054 Pte. Stephen Challen (right). Photograph by kind courtesy of Rosemary Gardiner.

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Click to enlarge C (Chorley) Company group. Original photograph by kind courtesy of John Garwood.

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Click to enlarge Accrington Pals in blue Melton uniforms on Avenue Parade, at the corner with Washington Street. Photograph by kind courtesy of David Bent.

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Click to enlarge No.7 Section. 15802 Pte. Frank Foote is in the back row, second from left; 15296 Pte. Thomas Dutson is in the front row, second from left. Photograph by kind courtesy of Thomas' nephew, James Fenton.

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Click to enlarge C Company arriving at Chorley station prior to departing for Caernarvon on 23rd February 1915. Photograph courtesy of Doug Howlett, Ian Bagshaw, Stuart Clewlow and Steve Williams.

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Click to enlarge D (Burnley) Company awaiting the arrival of the train at Bank Top Station, 23rd February 1915. Photograph from the Burnley News of 27th February 1915, courtesy of Denis Otter.

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D (Burnley) Company boarding the train at Bank Top Station, 23rd February 1915. 15138 Sgt. Arthur Leeming is at the far left. Photograph courtesy of Arthur's granddaughter, Patricia Johnson.

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Click to enlarge Capt. Walter Henry Cheney (in centre of front row) with N.C.O.s. Photograph by kind courtesy of Alan Thomas.

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Click to enlarge Pioneers and police. 15077 Pte. George Clayton is in the back row, second from left. Photograph by kind courtesy of Thelma Norcross.

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