The 1st Battalion of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment sailed to France on the newly built S.S Agapenor on 12 August 1914. They embarked at Southampton, but having started to cross over they ran into another ship on the Solent, giving her ‘a nasty bash’. One man was injured. That night they continued their crossing to La Havre. #ww1
Medals, World War One, Pair, 22992 PTE J. GRAYSON L.N.LAN. R., EF; Joseph Grayson Loyal North Lancashire Regiment  Lot 7 – Medals, World War One, Pair, 22992 – MILITARIA AUCTION TO MARK THE CENTENARY OF THE GREAT WAR 28 Aug 2014
(738 Pte A. Ellis. L.N. LANC: REGT). Show/Hide extra details The 3rd Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment had the smallest number engaged in guardingBoer War prisoners, a total commitment of only 202 all ranks. Mellow silvertoned E.F.
The Steamship St. Seiriol on which the bulk of the 9th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment - 27 officers and 889 men with an armourer attached, left England for France. They left Aldershot on two trains from Farnborough at 8.20 and 8.50 and had all arrived at Folkestone by 11.50 p.m. They crossed the Channel and arrived in Boulogne at 2.30 a.m. and went straight to a rest camp for the night. #WW1Centenary #WW1 Thanks to Roger Morlidge