Unfortunately they are not dated and only a few names are recorded, but they are thought to be from a pre-War Camp some time in 1913 or 1914.
George W.W. Barnley (Middlesbrough solicitor) is second from left.
Francis Dalrymple (adjutant) is seated on the gun
Major Stubbs' daughter has added (years later) a note to this photograph:
"The Hairy Heels" (Horselines) (eight of these to each gun)