Hi Cee Assume these photos were taken early on in the life of the Depot maybe 1941 or 42 to record what was taking place. The instructors and 'trapezers' are wearing the early step in smock. You can see all the different regiment cap badges. Had a good conversation with two old guys who remember the soldiers in Holmewood nearby. Ivor said there would be around 200 from the camp who drank in 'The Pig' where there were 'friendly fights' then they used to go to the Chippy. Ivor and his friends used to sit with the soldiers in the back. The soldiers were very friendly but you had to keep an eye on your ducks and chickens! Every Saturday they were taken down to the cinema in the Camp for free. He and Roy said they wondered down to the Camp often. They used to collect spent shells from the firing range and even hand grenade cases. Ivor told me when a German bomber jettisoned its bombs close by he brought back a piece of shrapnel so big he needed a wheelbarrow. Just wonderful listening to them.