Wellington Quarry: The WW1 Tunnels of Arras - WW1 ...
(Make sure you scroll to the bottom of the page to activate the slideshow option!) The museum is founded to the memory of thousands of men of the British Army and ...read more
anzac / The Wellington Quarry in Arras
The Wellington Quarry in Arras is an homage to Commonwealth troops who fought during the First World Warread more
Wellington Quarry - Arras - Remembrance Trails of the ...
On the trail of the First World War: The Front - Wellington Quarry - Arras . Find maps, a selection of quality accommodation and restaurants, places of interest and ...read more
Webmatters : Arras - The Wellington Quarry and Tunnels, la ...
The Wellington Quarry Battle of Arras Memorial. Please Note that the quarry can only be visited on a guided tour. About an hour of the visit will be spent underground.read more
Wellington Quarry - la Carrière Wellington, Arras
The Wellington Quarry - la Carrière Wellington was opened in 2008. It is an underground museum which has been carefully and sensitively created in a section of the ...read more
Quarries in Wellington, Somerset | Reviews - Yell
Find Quarries in Wellington, Somerset on Yell. Get reviews and contact details for each business including photos, opening hours and more.read more
Wellington Quarry Arras France : The Good Life France
Taking a tour of the Wellington Quarry Arras, a Memorial site in the north of France is an emotional experience, and reveals a little known story from WWI.read more
Places of memory - Arras Tourism Office
Wellington Quarry museum - Arras Memorial - British military cemetery in the Faubourg of Amiens - New Zealand - Neuville-Saint-Vaast - Vimy - Canada - Notre Dame de ...read more
World War I Wellington Quarry Museum Information
The Wellington Quarry Museum is an exceptional place. In the tunnels under Arras, the museum tells the moving story of the World War I Arras Battle of ...read more
Carrière Wellington - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coordinates The Carrière Wellington is a museum in Arras, northern France. It is named after a former underground quarry which was part of a network of tunnels used ...read more