Just next to the roundabout on which the Guynemer Memorial stands, this little brick memorial remembers the 243 men of the Tank Corps who were killed in the Salient during the Great War.
The memorial has only been here since 2009, but better late than never, I say. How wonderful that there are still people who care enough to push through such a project nearly 100 years on.
A few feet away stands this beautiful model of a British tank:
Final view, looking back at the Guynemer Memorial (click here for a more detailed look). If you do a Google search you will find a photograph taken from exactly the same place showing the abandoned British tank, mentioned on the Tank Memorial plaque, that for a while between the wars served as the village war memorial until the Germans removed it during World War II. Or even better, click on the ‘Chris Lock’ link (the first comment below) and you will find not only the tank photograph, but much more besides.