Photographs of the Accrington Pals
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Click to enlarge A (Accrington) Company on parade in Castle Square, Caernarvon, 24th February 1915. 17932 Joseph Cocker is marked with a vertical line. Photograph courtesy of Gwynedd Archives.

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Click to enlarge On parade in Castle Square, Caernarvon, 24th February 1915. Photograph courtesy of Malcolm Bury.

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Click to enlarge D (Burnley) Company on parade in Castle Square, Caernarvon, 24th February 1915. Photograph by kind courtesy of Mike Townend and Towneley Hall Art Gallery & Museum, Burnley.

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Click to enlarge Accrington Pals on parade in Castle Square, Caernarvon, 24th February 1915. Major Ross (on horseback) is talking with Lt. Henry Riley. Photograph by kind courtesy of Nelly and Jacquie Ainslie.

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C (Chorley) Company at musketry practice on Coed Helen, Caernarvon. Photograph by kind courtesy of Norma Gillett and Steve Williams.

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Click to enlarge Accrington Pals group at Caernarvon. 15981 William Ashworth is seated in the centre. Original photograph by kind courtesy of David Bent.

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Click to enlarge Accrington Pals group with 15629 Robert Worthington Rigby at the far left on the back row. Photograph by kind courtesy of Andrea Manders.

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Click to enlarge Lt.-Col. Arthur Rickman and Capt. Anton Peltzer with N.C.O.s at Caernarvon Castle. Photograph from Lt.-Col. Arthur Rickman's collection, by kind courtesy of his grand-daughter Bindy Wollen.

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Click to enlarge Signalling Section at Caernarvon Castle, May 1915. 15993 George Edward Haynes and 15694 Percy Lund are seated fourth and fifth from the left, respectively. Photograph courtesy of Rosemary Gardiner.

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Click to enlarge On parade at Caernarvon. Photograph courtesy of Malcolm Bury.

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Click to enlarge On parade at Caernarvon. Photograph courtesy of Frances Morris.

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Click to enlarge 15224 L/Cpl. Percy Bury (far left) on cleaning duty with three pals at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph courtesy of Percy's grandson, Malcolm Bury.

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Click to enlarge Accrington Pals group, probably at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. The barber (far left) is 17925 William Henry Bentley. 15045 Frank Thomas is fourth from right on the back row. Photograph by kind courtesy of Frank's son, Ian Thomas.

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Click to enlarge 15224 L/Cpl. Percy Bury (centre) enjoying rations with two pals at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph courtesy of Percy's grandson, Malcolm Bury.

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Click to enlarge W (Accrington) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. 15224 L/Cpl. Percy Bury is standing at the back, with arm raised holding an entrenching tool. Photograph courtesy of Percy's grandson, Malcolm Bury.

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Click to enlarge W (Accrington) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. 15224 L/Cpl. Percy Bury is seated third from left on the middle row. Photograph courtesy of Percy's grandson, Malcolm Bury.

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Click to enlarge W (Accrington) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph courtesy of Frances Morris.

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Click to enlarge W (Accrington) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph by kind courtesy of Mike Wells. The man standing in the doorway, pipe in mouth, has been identified as 5688 Sgt. William Nuttall by his grandson, Bruce Nuttall; 15223 L/Cpl. Walter Briggs is ninth from left (with arms folded).

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Click to enlarge W (Accrington) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph by kind courtesy of Enid and Stuart Briggs. 15223 L/Cpl. Walter Briggs is standing at the far right on the third row from the front.

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Click to enlarge X (District) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. 15997 Pte. Arthur Robinson is marked with a cross. Photograph by kind courtesy of Robert and Tony Robinson (email: ).

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Click to enlarge Y (Chorley) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph by kind courtesy of John Garwood.

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Click to enlarge Z (Burnley) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph by kind courtesy of Mike Townend and Towneley Hall Art Gallery & Museum, Burnley.

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Click to enlarge Z (Burnley) Company group at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. Photograph by kind courtesy of George Breckell's family c/o Towneley Hall Art Gallery & Museum, Burnley.

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Click to enlarge N.C.O. group, almost certainly at Penkridge Bank Camp in 1915. 15981 William Ashworth is stood directly in front of the door. Photograph by kind courtesy of David Bent.

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