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Cycles in the King's Own Regiment - page one


The first known photograph of a member of the regiment with a bicycle.  It is Lieutenant R J Morris of the 1st Volunteer Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, at Bowness, near Windermere, in 1888.
Accession Number: KO0231/03
 


Band and Cyclist section of the Lancaster detachment (A and B Companies) of the 1st Volunteer Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.  Photographed on Lancaster Moor on 19th July 1890.
Accession Number KO0231/02


Accession Number KO0231/02a


Accession Number KO0231/02b

Cycles in the King's Own Regiment page two
The 'Cogs of War' - the use of Cycles by the Regiment

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