This Day In History

  • 1860 New Zealand. As relations with the Maoris deteriorate, 4 companies of the 40th Regiment (later 1st South Lancashires) disembark at New Plymouth, on transfer from Tasmania.
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The Curator,
Lancashire Infantry Museum
Fulwood Barracks
Preston
PR2 8AA

NOTE FOR SATNAV USERS:  Do NOT use the above postcode in Satnavs as it will take you away from the Barracks entrance. Please use PR2 8AB instead, which will take you directly to Fulwood Barracks Main Gate.

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