3 sites to visit today before catching the Eurostar to London. First up was to Larchwood Cemetery for one of Sally's relatives. This was one of the smaller cemeteries you see all over the Somme, usually aligned with a railway siding (casualty evacuation) or battlefield. This one was having a bit of work done on it as its proximity to the farmers paddocks meant it was getting overrun with weeds.
Next stop was Hill 60 on the Messines ridge. Here you can see what is left of the crater from the mine (some of it has been filled in) plus one of the bunkers used by both the Germans and Australians, plenty of shell craters around to trip you up as Anita found out. Lunch was again the ubiquitous Ham and cheese sandwich and beer at the nearby Hill 60 Cafe.