Tain Museum Image Library

Lovat Scout Camp
Tain Museum Image Library
Lovat Scout Camp

Here the Lovat Scouts are lined up with horses and horse drawn cariages in front of their camp on the Fendom. As with picture #0152.90
it was probably taken during or leading up to WW1. Highlanders were valued for their stalking and shooting skills and therefore made up a large part of the scout troops.
Picture added on 05 July 2005
Comments:
My grandfather was a Lord Lovat Scout in the First World War. I have a photo of him in uniform. He emigrated to Cape Town in the early 1920s. He became a headmaster.
I remember his badge, whereabouts not known now, sadly.
How do I find out about individuals who served with them?

Added by Shannon on 10 November 2008
The photograph actually shows elements of the Highland Mounted Brigade Transport and Supply Company (Territorial Force), part of the Army Service Corps.
Added by Richard Galley on 21 June 2012
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