Catalogue description First Army monochrome panoramic photograph depicting Loos, taken on 28 March 1916....

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Details of WO 316/26
Reference: WO 316/26
Description:

First Army monochrome panoramic photograph depicting Loos, taken on 28 March 1916. Consisting of 9 photographs to form the panorama.

First Army Panorama Number: P. 49.

Locations and features annotated on to the panorama, from left to right:

  • Fosse Number 2 De Carvin.
  • Carvin Ch. [Church].
  • Fosse Number 3 De Carvin.
  • Road Junction H 19 c 9.6.
  • Wood H 21b 6.8.
  • House H 23 b O5 75.
  • Fosse Number 10 De Lens.
  • Trees on Lens La Bassee Road.
  • Vendin Le Viel Ch. [Chruch].
  • Trees on Loos Benifontaine Road.
  • Pont À Vendin Ch. [Church].
  • Trees H 27A 9.6.
  • Annay Ch. [Church].
  • Courrieres CH. [Church].
  • Trees on Road H 28 d 1.2-98.
  • Chalk Pit Wood.
  • Trees on Lens Carvin Road.
  • Trees on Lens La Bassee Road.
  • Trees on Loos Benifontaine Road.
  • Water Tower Fme [fùmes] des Mines de Lens.
  • Puits 14 B15.
  • Chalet Wood.
  • Puits Number 8 Citè St Auguste.
  • Ruins of houses at Chalet Wood.
  • Trees on Loos Benifontaine Road.
  • Puits Number 14.

Date: 1916 Mar 28
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: 49
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Dimensions: 15cm x 179cm
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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