New Zealand General Hospital No. 2
Mount Felix Clock Tower (1914-1918/2001)
A view of the Thames from Walton Bridge (1914-1918)
Hospital Staff and patients boating on the Thames at Walton
Foot bridge over Bridge Street- 2NZGH
Gateway to Mount Felix (2 NZGH ) around 1914-1918 and today.
Gateway to Mount Felix (1921)
The grounds at Mount Felix (2NZ GH)
The Lord Plunkett shelter and wards
A patient (lt. Davie) of 2NZ GH at sports day
A mess room at the Hospital
Patients relax in the gardens
Mount Felix viewed from within its grounds
View of Mount Felix circa 1914-1918
New Zealand Hospital, Walton-on-Thames.
New Zealand Hospital (Mount Felix) from the River Thames, circa 1914-1918.
New Zealand Hospital, taken on the bridge.
Patients in a ward inside Mount Felix
Patients relax outside Mount Felix.
Side view of Mount Felix
Nurses Egg and Spoon race, Sports day at 2 NZ GH
Nurses Tug-o-War. Sports day at 2 NZ GH
The Square Tower, Mount Felix (around 1914-1918)
The Staff, 2 NZ GH
Staff and Patients, 2NZ GH
Swimming in the Thames
Staff and patients rest in the shelters
Nursing staff boating on the Thames by Walton bridge
Ward 4, 1916
Ward 5, Christmas 1916.
New Zealand service men's graves in St. Mary's church yard
The area around the old Mount Felix clock tower
Offices now stand in front of the Mount Felix clock tower
Land by Walton bridge (2001)
The clock tower from Hepworth Way
Kind regards to Ken Treanor, Hon. Curator of the Royal NZ Army Medical Corps Museum, Christchurch New Zealand, without whom this section of the site would not have been possible.
To contact Mr. Treanor click on his name highlighted in red above.
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