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Laid Up Colours of the 36th Battalion, St James's Church Sydney

The encased Colours inside the Church

All photos by Alan Kitchen

The King's Colour of the 36th Battalion

The Regimental Colour of the 36th Battalion with Battle Honours

Battle Honours from WW2
St James's Church, 1820
St James's Church has only had the 36 Bn Colours (St. George English Rifle Regt.) laid up there for several years. Previously they were in  St. Oswald's Anglican Church in Haberfield. As you can see they have been encased. St James's is in that beautiful colonial stretch of Sydney at the start of Macquarie St. near Hyde Park.

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