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Note: All images scanned from 35mm color slides. Some sites and personalities are assumed.

Home Again!
Wollaton Hall welcomes the Red Devils to its park grounds

Council Chit Chat
Councilmember talks with O. B. Hill

Drop Out
a 508er finds a quiet corner to rest his feet

Nottingham PRA Branch
The Parachute Regiment  Association hosted the 508th probably at the Royal British Legion in Beeston

  • Commemorative Plaque
    may have been in the same legion building

wait expectantly for visit of 508th members they have heard their grandparents talk about

Worth The Wait
Harry Hudec regales the youngsters with stories about wartime Nottingham

Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, and Westminster Bridge
were readily identifiable

British Flag
flies atop the highest turret

Queen's Life Guard
at the Horse Guards, the main entrance to both St James's Palace and Buckingham Palace

Hour-Long Vigil
Two mounted sentries swap duty hourly from 10am until 4pm., From 4pm until 8pm a pair of dismounted sentries remain. At 8pm, the gates of Horse Guards are locked, and a single sentry remains until 7 am.

Sidelong Glance
to scan the crowd is almost the only movement this man will make while on duty

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