I came across some interesting photos taken during 1917 and 1918 by Sapper George Flanagan in the The State Library of Victoria collection. "George Downey Flanagan enlisted on 27 September 1916 and served as a sapper, initially in the 2nd Division Signal Company before transferring to the 4th Division Signal Company. He was repatriated to Australia on 1st July 1919." Leaving Port Melbourne, January 1917. Any ideas for the location of this photo? Note the saddle tank on the train in the background. Presumably the Australian soldier guarding the milk can was not on official duty. The station looks familiar but where is it? There are a number of photos taken in Biggleswade and around Bedfordshire, as well as around East Anglia. George served in France and Belgium. This double headed high horsepower train trundles along beside a duck boarded path. As well as taking plenty of photos of churches and other buildings there are a number of nice street scenes which would be useful for modelling. These photos and the rest of the collection are available through Trove (trove.nla.gov.au) with high resolution scans. The quality of the images is not great although impressive considering the conditions they were taken in.