As part of the ongoing Digging War Horse project, there was an Open Day held at Larkhill School to present findings to the local community – some of whom had an involvement in the recent dig. As well as a selection of key finds, visitors were treated to a variety of exhibits including vehicles, a field gun, uniforms, stories, artefacts and soldiers rations from the Great War period. Congratulations to everyone involved in the Open Day, it was very informative and I’m sure appreciated by all who attended.

If you haven’t viewed my earlier post on the dig itself, and are interested in the excavation, please go HERE.

These are some images from the day…

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For images of the excavation, visit my “DIGGING WAR HORSE” photo gallery HERE.

Images © Harvey Mills 2014

Photographed using: Nikon D3s, and Fuji XPro1

Harvey Mills is an award-winning professional photographer, whose portfolio is as diverse as it is extensive. Although a Winchester photographer he works across the UK and beyond, undertaking a variety of commissions, projects and assignments.