The British Ambulance Service, photograph from Nelson's Portfolio of War Pictures Public

An image from Nelson's Portfolio of War Pictures: No 4. "Though motor ambulances are largely used in the present war, the old-fashioned four-horse Red Cross wagon is by no means superannuated. It is still used mainly for transferring the wounded from the actual fighting line and the dressing stations immediately to the rear to the base, where smooth-travelling motors are assembled to convey the patients to the nearest hospital." -- caption of photograph

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Subject Language Identifier
  • Call Number: D522 N43
Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 page (1 photograph)
Physical repository Collection
  • World of Mary's Wedding Reminiscences of World War One
Provider Genre Date digitized
  • 2011-09-23
Technical note
  • 600 DPI TIFF, scanned on Plustek A300 by PD. Migration metadata by KD.
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