An ambulance parked outside a dressing station. The dressing station appears to have been set up in the ground floor of a partly demolished building, possibly a mansion or a municipal building as it has quite ornate stairs going up in an arc on either side of the door. The notice above the door is obscured by the Red Cross flag but appears to read, ‘ Post[e?] Chi..’, possibly a French ‘Poste Chirurgical’ [Surgical Post] taken over by the British.
The ambulance appears to be a Star lorry, but unlike some of those used earlier in the war, the front of the cab is enclosed, offering more protection for the driver.
Original reads: ‘An advanced dressing station.’
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