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16 November 1915
New England Highway, Glengallan

The public spectacle of the march out of Warwick on the morning of 16 November 1915 continued over the Helene Street Bridge, along the Condamine River bank, (where sporting fields are today), under the railway, and headed along Glengallan Road. At Mr Margett’s residence, opposite the intersection with Womina–Willowvale Road, the troops were taken by local cars for the 12km run to Glengallan Homestead in time for lunch, which was provided by the Warwick Recruiting Committee.


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3 December 2015
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