On Sunday 23rd June, members of Ubique and HMS Loire gathered at Fort Nelson to fire Napoleonic cannon.

 

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The Garde Imperiale detachment from HMS Loire fired the bronze French 6 pounder which was captured at Waterloo, and was to be seen up until the 1950's outside Aspley House, home to the Duke of Wellington after Waterloo.

 

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Ubique Right of the Line fired the bronze 6 pounder typical of the Royal Horse Artillery.

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The Ubique Right of the Line Group · 24/06/2013 at 15:58

A special mention to Phil Spaven for the loan of his white bag to hide a rather serious wardrobe malfunction!

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