Category Archives: Boesinghe

A Tour of Boesinghe Addendum – Goumier Farm Bunker & 38th (Welch) Division Plaque

Goumier Farm Bunker is two thirds of a mile across the fields north east of No Man’s Cot Cemetery, a mile and a half east of the Yser Canal and, technically, still in the commune of Boesinghe, hence its appearance … Continue reading

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A Tour of Boesinghe Part Twenty Two – No Man’s Cot Cemetery

So this is it folks.  Our final stop.

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A Tour of Boesinghe Part Twenty One – Pilkem Demarcation Stone

The penultimate stop on our tour finds us across the fields from the industrial estate, where another of the nineteen Demarcation Stones still to be found on the roadsides of Belgium, this one is sited alongside the Pilkemseweg about a … Continue reading

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A Tour of Boesinghe Part Twenty – Welsh Cemetery (Caesar’s Nose)

We’re nearing the end of our Boesinghe tour now, just three posts to go.

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A Tour of Boesinghe Part Nineteen – Colne Valley Cemetery (Part Two)

It’s January 2017, and frost covers the ground as we return for a third time to Colne Valley Cemetery.  As you can imagine, I was very much looking forward to another visit to one of my favourite little cemeteries, as … Continue reading

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A Tour of Boesinghe Part Eighteen – Colne Valley Cemetery (Part One)

There is a very good reason why this post is Colne Valley Cemetery Part One, and all will be revealed in due course.  But for starters, this was the first of four visits Baldrick and I have so far made … Continue reading

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A Tour of Boesinghe Part Seventeen – Yorkshire Trench & Dug Out

The entrance to Yorkshire Trench & Dug Out, very easy to miss, particularly if you are looking the other way in the brief moment the car passes by.

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