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Mayor's Visit to the Phoenix Street Drill Hall of the 5th Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster.


Drum Major's Sash presented to the 5th Battalion by The Lady Ashton.
Accession Number: KO2490/274-01


Drums of the 5th Battalion, re-emblazoned by public subscription.
Accession Number: KO2490/274-02

The visit of His Worship the Mayor of Lancaster (Councillor J G E Clark) to the Drill Hall at Phoenix Street, Lancaster, 20th February 1936


The officers' mess.
Accession Number: KO2490/274-03


Quartermaster’s Stores
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-04


Transport Class illustrating the extensive use of the horse for transport.
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-05


Machine Gun Class with Vickers machine guns used from the First World War until the 1950s.
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-06


Rifle Class
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-07


Light automatic machine gun class.
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-08


Signalling Class
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-09


Social time in the Sergeants' Mess
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-10


Other ranks would spend time in the Club room after training.
Accession Number:
KO2490/274-11

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