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Y Ravine Cemetery

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Y Ravine Cemetery

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Rue du Parc, Beaumont-Hamel France
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Somme Battlefields Day Tour from AMIENS station
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Somme Battlefields Day Tour from AMIENS station
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This tour covers the major sites of the Battles of the Somme in 1916 and 1918, it's an easy day trip coming from PARIS for the day (1h10 by train). Our tours start and finish just outside the AMIENS train station. <br><br>Our first stop is at Villers-Bretonneux to visit the Australian memorial and the new John Monash centre (if open on that day), then drive on the 1918 battlefields to discover the sites of the August 1918 allied counter-offensive. After a lunch stop at Albert, we cover the sites of the 1916 battle: the impressive "Lochnagar" mine crater, Pozieres, the Thiepval memorial to the missing and the preserved battlefields of Beaumont-Hamel.
$213.44 per adult
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Starkreality wrote a review Nov 2019
Scotland324 contributions112 helpful votes
Visiting the 51st Highland Division memorial and visited this relatively small graveyard. Happened to see a 4th Seaforth with quite a high regimental number. Checked my records and my Grandfather Sgt Angus Cameron 2/4th Seaforth's trained private H. Diggle in December 1915.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rudy P wrote a review Dec 2018
Bayeux, France320 contributions63 helpful votes
The Y Ravine which is part of the Newfoundland memorial is filled up with tunnels dug by the Germans but unfortunately can’t be visited as too dangerous...more so because there is a lot of explosives out there This was the perfect defensive position for the Germans...so
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Steve T wrote a review Oct 2018
Lytham St Anne's, United Kingdom19,983 contributions608 helpful votes
..... which regrettably is one of many in the whole area - beautifully maintained. This one is to be found adjacent to the Newfoundland war memorial and associated area and within a stone's throw of the 'Y' ravine area. All very sad.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Dave W wrote a review Sep 2018
Greater Manchester, United Kingdom356 contributions55 helpful votes
One of a number of small cemeteries across this part of France and forms part of the Canadian memorial site. Quite peaceful and a place to reflect of the sacrifices made.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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ERIC B wrote a review Jul 2018
Dodworth, United Kingdom2,100 contributions154 helpful votes
The small but beautiful cemetery is set at bottom of the memorial grounds, you can’t miss it if you walk all way round
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Date of experience: July 2018
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