depot and also had a look round the station at the various locos there. The most interesting was a petrol loco on the small guage line. This light line can be laid at the rate of 2 miles per diem and is used whenever the Front Line is pushed forward a bit. Tea was procured at the Y.M.C.A. Tent. Finding the picture show over-crowded we returned to Camp early in the evening.
This afternoon we came across two pigeon stations. The pigeons are kept in large vehicles, something like old buses, and are used for carrying messages. They are taken to and from these depots in large baskets carried by motor-cyclists on their backs.
June 21. Drill, musketry, etc.
June 22. This morning we were put through the details of a Battn. in attack, &