Townsville Railway Station Roll of Honour

Details

Location Old Townsville Railway Station, Flinders and Blackwood Streets, Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Type honour_roll
Description

Comprises of 11 panels set into a framework of carved cabinet timbers, constructed by Alfred Hammett. There are 10 panels each listing 45 names, the 11th panel with 18 names making 469 names in all commemorating employees of the Queensland Railways in Townsville who served in World War One.

Built Alfred Hammett
Opened 15 April 1916
Inscription

Carving above the scroll :

Honourable John Adamson Minister for Railways

Centre of scroll:
QGR

On the scroll: left,

Colonel Charles Evans Commissioner for Railways

On the scroll : right,

Colonel William Pagan Deputy Commissioner for Railways

Headboard below scroll:

August 1914 to Nov. 1919

HONOUR THE BRAVE

RAILWAY PATRIOTS OF THE NORTHERN DIVISION WHO VOLUNTEERED TO FIGHT FOR TH EMPIRE

[ Names ]

Condition

Good

Names

Showing 8 people of interest from memorial

MCDONALD, James Joseph

Service number Q67016
Lieutenant
Born 26 Mar 1894

WALLACE, James Angus

Service number 4534
Private
26th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 19 Jul 1892

WENTFORD, Jack Frederick James

Service number 584
Trooper
2nd Light Horse Regiment
AIF WW1

RAMKEMA, John Patrick

Service number Q141059
Sergeant
Works / Labour / Employment / 'Alien' Company/ies
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 29 Oct 1894

LOMAS, Rowland Frank Eugene

Service number 7594
Private
15th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born Sep 1884

BARRIE, William

Service number 4447
Private
9th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 7 Sep 1897

FLITCROFT, Cecil Stanley

Service number 18044
Private
1st Field Ambulance
AIF WW1
Born 29 May 1895

MAHER, Charles Leo

Service number 1517
Private
15th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 23 Jul 1894

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