RWF and Hightown Barracks

RWF 1st Batt march through High Street, Wrexham

RWF and Hightown Barracks.

WREXHAM, during the 1914-18 war felt the full impact of the hardships and heartbreaks of war. Hightown Barracks, as the depot of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers saw the hasty mobilisation of troops for active service in France and Wrexham was familiar with the ceremonial departure of battalions for the front.

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Bar and Function Room, Hightown Barracks, Wrexham

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Hightown Barracks entrance 1904 (Postcard)

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Royal Welch at Hightown Barracks, Wrexham. c1890

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RWF on parade at Wrexham 1969

RWF Hightown Barracks
Wrexham Barracks. RWF Parade.

RWF Hightown Barracks
RWF Dining Room

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RWF (unknown year)

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Soldiers marching in the High Street, Wrexham on 16th December 1959

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RWF Soldier L A Perrett Royal Welsh Fusiliers

RWF Hightown Barracks
RWF 4th Btn (Territorial Force) in Park Street, Ruabon. 5th August 1914

RWF Hightown Barracks
RWF 1st Batt march through High Street, Wrexham

RWF Hightown Barracks
Royal Welsh Fusiliers Recruits at Wrexham Police Station Yard, 1914

RWF Hightown Barracks
RWF march through High Street Wrexham 1969

RWF Hightown Barracks
RWF St David’s Day Parade 1941

RWF Hightown Barracks
W.O. Staff-Sergts & Sergts. 3rd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Crownhill Barracks. nr Plymouth October 1900. Photo Credit Simon Seddon

RWF Hightown Barracks
1st Battalion of the Royal Welch Fusiliers at the Freedom of the Borough of Wrexham March, 1952

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