Musgrave Park Hospital on Stockman's Lane, Belfast served as No. 31 (London) General Hospital during the Second World War providing medical care.
Stockman's Lane in Belfast is home to Musgrave Park Hospital, which saw use as No. 31 (London) General Hospital during the Second World War.
An Army Dental Clinic operated on the Antrim Road, Belfast during the Second World War. Mostly unchanged, the site remains a dentist's surgery today.
The Antrim Road remains a main thoroughfare in North Belfast. During the Second World War, the area suffered badly in the Belfast Blitz of 1941.
Stoneyford lies north of Lisburn. During the Second World War, it was an area mined for materials used in Air Raid Shelter construction.
Built in 1940 for use during the Second World War, Thiepval Barracks in Lisburn, Co. Antrim takes its name from an area close to the Somme.
There was much activity in the Sperrin Mountains during the Second World War from Army training, air crashes, to roads cut through the rock.
Kilrea Railway Station in Co. Londonderry opened in 1880. In 1941, the Royal Air Force, while training, simulated a raid on the Goods Yard.
On 18th November 1941, residents of Kilrea, Co. Londonderry watched as an R.A.F. Bomber simulated at attack on the local Railway Station.