This where you can access various photograph albums that do not require an
Internet plug-in. These photograph albums are typical low resolution, that is
low image quality, when compared with the PSG slide shows. Whilst the image
quality is not so good, the distinct benefit is that images download quickly,
and this means that you do not need a broadband Internet connection.
Each link will take you to an individual photo album.
Annual Parade Whitehall 2010 (opens in new window) 4
photos from the Saturday pre-parade social and 35 from the Sunday parade.
Dublin 2009, Royal Hospital Kilmainham. (38 photos, opens
in new window)
Islandbridge Remembrance Ceremony (46 photos opens in new
Remembrance Ledegem photos on the Ledegem Town web site (Nov 2008)
- Cenotaph Parade: 11 November The
Annual Poppy Day Parade in Whitehall
- Field of Remembrance, Westminster
Abbey, 8 November 2007
(Ieper) Wytschaete, Spanbroekmollen and Langemark; October 2007
commemoration visit to the Last Post Ceremony and other events.
- Guillemont Parade. These are parade photographs
taken during the 90th Anniversary commemoration of the liberation of the
village of Guillemont during the battle of the Somme in 1916.
- Guillemont Soirée: These are the
Ceilidh photographs taken during the 90th Anniversary commemoration of the
liberation of the village of Guillemont during the battle of the Somme in
- Guards Memorial Lesbouefs:
the photographs taken at the Guards Memorial during the 90th Anniversary
commemoration of the liberation of the village of Ginchy during the battle
of the Somme in 1916. Although the Leinster Regiment were not part of the
Guards Division, Leinster Regiment Association members, as part of the
Combined Irish Regiments Association participated in the ceremony, organised
by Major MacLeod, at the Guards Memorial on Sunday 10th September 2006
- Ginchy Telegraph: This slide show
uses low-res photographs taken during the commemoration of a WW1 battle at a
place on the former Somme battlefield known as Ginchy Telegraph. It was
during this battle for Ginchy that the 7th Battalion of the Leinster
Regiment suffered devastating losses.
- John O'Neill V.C. M.M 11
November 2006 at the grave of Sgt John O'Neill VC MM. In attendance Flt Lt G
Barlow and Cadet Flight Sgt Kriska, both members of 472 ATC Hoylake