Alex[andria] [Egypt], Paramount Photo, [Second World War].
A vintage gelatin silver photograph (image size 168 × 235 mm), mounted on card with the caption and identities in processed typescript.
Mount creased, rubbed and torn, with two clear tape repairs; photograph a little marked and creased; overall, very good condition.
The name 'Bourk' is written in blue pencil on the verso - perhaps Lance Corporal H. Bourke, identified here in the third row. 'The first Ordnance Field Parks were established during the Second World War. They served with distinction in the Middle East, in Syria and at the siege of Tobruk, and later on in the New Guinea campaign' (Forces War Records online).