Shortly after midnight entraining was completed, and later the train proceeded to Tincques arriving at destination at 1.10p.m. The Battalion detrained, marched to a field close to Station where hot tea was served. No.4 Company rejoined. At 6:15p.m. the Battalion embussed and proceeded to Wally Wood, debussing at 8.30p.m. Weather: Unsettled.
Image: Canadians in the reserve lines making bivouacs. Amiens. August, 1918, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.