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Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (35)
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (35)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-25 10:31:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'1"S - 172°41'27"O
  • North Canterbury witnessed a unique Anzac Day parade in 2015. One hundred riders (incl.serving army officers from New Zealand and Australia) left the WWI memorial at The Peaks, a lonely spot 15km NW of Hawarden township, after a short dawn service. It was the first time NZ and Australian soldiers had ridden side-by-side in a century of Anzac Day parades. Their numbers were boosted by horsemen from all over Canterbury, all in uniform. The riders stopped briefly at the Hawarden sale yards, where men from the district had departed for the war in 1914. Approaching their destination of Waikari, 90yr.old WWII veteran John O'Carroll joined the cavalcade, while local man Fletcher Earl led a riderless horse - with soldier's boots fastened to the stirrups in reverse - as a symbol of the men who died in the Great War. The ride ended at the site of the former Waikari railway station, from which more men had left for both world wars. A remembrance service was held in the natural amphitheatre there. ==================== 322 members of the 528-strong Canterbury Mounted Rifles (CMR) did not return from WWI, and no South Island horses returned. 18 of the Anzac Day riders were direct descendants of members of the CMR.
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Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (31)
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (31)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-25 11:02:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'1"S - 172°41'27"O
  • North Canterbury witnessed a unique Anzac Day parade in 2015. One hundred riders (incl.serving army officers from New Zealand and Australia) left the WWI memorial at The Peaks, a lonely spot 15km NW of Hawarden township, after a short dawn service. It was the first time NZ and Australian soldiers had ridden side-by-side in a century of Anzac Day parades. Their numbers were boosted by horsemen from all over Canterbury, all in uniform. The riders stopped briefly at the Hawarden sale yards, where men from the district had departed for the war in 1914. Approaching their destination of Waikari, 90yr.old WWII veteran John O'Carroll joined the cavalcade, while local man Fletcher Earl led a riderless horse - with soldier's boots fastened to the stirrups in reverse - as a symbol of the men who died in the Great War. The ride ended at the site of the former Waikari railway station, from which more men had left for both world wars. A remembrance service was held in the natural amphitheatre there. ==================== 322 members of the 528-strong Canterbury Mounted Rifles (CMR) did not return from WWI, and no South Island horses returned. 18 of the Anzac Day riders were direct descendants of members of the CMR.
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Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (32)
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (32)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-25 10:22:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'1"S - 172°41'27"O
  • North Canterbury witnessed a unique Anzac Day parade in 2015. One hundred riders (incl.serving army officers from New Zealand and Australia) left the WWI memorial at The Peaks, a lonely spot 15km NW of Hawarden township, after a short dawn service. It was the first time NZ and Australian soldiers had ridden side-by-side in a century of Anzac Day parades. Their numbers were boosted by horsemen from all over Canterbury, all in uniform. The riders stopped briefly at the Hawarden sale yards, where men from the district had departed for the war in 1914. Approaching their destination of Waikari, 90yr.old WWII veteran John O'Carroll joined the cavalcade, while local man Fletcher Earl led a riderless horse - with soldier's boots fastened to the stirrups in reverse - as a symbol of the men who died in the Great War. The ride ended at the site of the former Waikari railway station, from which more men had left for both world wars. A remembrance service was held in the natural amphitheatre there. ==================== 322 members of the 528-strong Canterbury Mounted Rifles (CMR) did not return from WWI, and no South Island horses returned. 18 of the Anzac Day riders were direct descendants of members of the CMR.
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Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (33)
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (33)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-25 10:28:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'1"S - 172°41'27"O
  • North Canterbury witnessed a unique Anzac Day parade in 2015. One hundred riders (incl.serving army officers from New Zealand and Australia) left the WWI memorial at The Peaks, a lonely spot 15km NW of Hawarden township, after a short dawn service. It was the first time NZ and Australian soldiers had ridden side-by-side in a century of Anzac Day parades. Their numbers were boosted by horsemen from all over Canterbury, all in uniform. The riders stopped briefly at the Hawarden sale yards, where men from the district had departed for the war in 1914. Approaching their destination of Waikari, 90yr.old WWII veteran John O'Carroll joined the cavalcade, while local man Fletcher Earl led a riderless horse - with soldier's boots fastened to the stirrups in reverse - as a symbol of the men who died in the Great War. The ride ended at the site of the former Waikari railway station, from which more men had left for both world wars. A remembrance service was held in the natural amphitheatre there. ==================== 322 members of the 528-strong Canterbury Mounted Rifles (CMR) did not return from WWI, and no South Island horses returned. 18 of the Anzac Day riders were direct descendants of members of the CMR.
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Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (34)
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (34)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-25 10:30:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'1"S - 172°41'27"O
  • North Canterbury witnessed a unique Anzac Day parade in 2015. One hundred riders (incl.serving army officers from New Zealand and Australia) left the WWI memorial at The Peaks, a lonely spot 15km NW of Hawarden township, after a short dawn service. It was the first time NZ and Australian soldiers had ridden side-by-side in a century of Anzac Day parades. Their numbers were boosted by horsemen from all over Canterbury, all in uniform. The riders stopped briefly at the Hawarden sale yards, where men from the district had departed for the war in 1914. Approaching their destination of Waikari, 90yr.old WWII veteran John O'Carroll joined the cavalcade, while local man Fletcher Earl led a riderless horse - with soldier's boots fastened to the stirrups in reverse - as a symbol of the men who died in the Great War. The ride ended at the site of the former Waikari railway station, from which more men had left for both world wars. A remembrance service was held in the natural amphitheatre there. ==================== 322 members of the 528-strong Canterbury Mounted Rifles (CMR) did not return from WWI, and no South Island horses returned. 18 of the Anzac Day riders were direct descendants of members of the CMR.
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Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (26)
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (26)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-25 11:02:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'1"S - 172°41'27"O
  • North Canterbury witnessed a unique Anzac Day parade in 2015. One hundred riders (incl.serving army officers from New Zealand and Australia) left the WWI memorial at The Peaks, a lonely spot 15km NW of Hawarden township, after a short dawn service. It was the first time NZ and Australian soldiers had ridden side-by-side in a century of Anzac Day parades. Their numbers were boosted by horsemen from all over Canterbury, all in uniform. The riders stopped briefly at the Hawarden sale yards, where men from the district had departed for the war in 1914. Approaching their destination of Waikari, 90yr.old WWII veteran John O'Carroll joined the cavalcade, while local man Fletcher Earl led a riderless horse - with soldier's boots fastened to the stirrups in reverse - as a symbol of the men who died in the Great War. The ride ended at the site of the former Waikari railway station, from which more men had left for both world wars. A remembrance service was held in the natural amphitheatre there. ==================== 322 members of the 528-strong Canterbury Mounted Rifles (CMR) did not return from WWI, and no South Island horses returned. 18 of the Anzac Day riders were direct descendants of members of the CMR.
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (27)
Waikari Anzac Day 2015 (27)
  • Author: PhilBee NZ (social historian) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-25 10:49:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'1"S - 172°41'27"O
  • North Canterbury witnessed a unique Anzac Day parade in 2015. One hundred riders (incl.serving army officers from New Zealand and Australia) left the WWI memorial at The Peaks, a lonely spot 15km NW of Hawarden township, after a short dawn service. It was the first time NZ and Australian soldiers had ridden side-by-side in a century of Anzac Day parades. Their numbers were boosted by horsemen from all over Canterbury, all in uniform. The riders stopped briefly at the Hawarden sale yards, where men from the district had departed for the war in 1914. Approaching their destination of Waikari, 90yr.old WWII veteran John O'Carroll joined the cavalcade, while local man Fletcher Earl led a riderless horse - with soldier's boots fastened to the stirrups in reverse - as a symbol of the men who died in the Great War. The ride ended at the site of the former Waikari railway station, from which more men had left for both world wars. A remembrance service was held in the natural amphitheatre there. ==================== 322 members of the 528-strong Canterbury Mounted Rifles (CMR) did not return from WWI, and no South Island horses returned. 18 of the Anzac Day riders were direct descendants of members of the CMR.
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2018-12-02 12.15.40
2018-12-02 12.15.40
  • Author: netchicken Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-02 12:15:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'44"S - 172°41'38"O
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2018-12-02 11.16.59
2018-12-02 11.16.59
  • Author: netchicken Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-02 11:16:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'48"S - 172°41'32"O
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2018-12-02 11.16.33
2018-12-02 11.16.33
  • Author: netchicken Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-02 11:16:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'48"S - 172°41'32"O
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2018-12-02 11.12.48
2018-12-02 11.12.48
  • Author: netchicken Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-02 11:12:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'47"S - 172°41'29"O
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2018-12-02 11.12.45
2018-12-02 11.12.45
  • Author: netchicken Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-02 11:12:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'47"S - 172°41'29"O
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20181003_093733
20181003_093733
  • Author: aconcagua2012 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-03 09:37:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'51"S - 172°42'52"O
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NZ
NZ
  • Author: Hubbers Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 12:35:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'11"S - 172°42'18"O
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NZ
NZ
  • Author: Hubbers Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 12:37:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 42°58'10"S - 172°42'20"O
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