The album contains photographs of Royal Army Medical Corps orderlies off duty during training at Bulford Camp on Salisbury Plain during 1915; the quay at Salonika viewed from a troopship coming alongside (1915); civilian labourers gathering stone for road building and Indian muleteers with AT Carts near Lembet (1916). There are also photographs taken at the village of Kireckoj in 1916 showing the village, local civilians and a British military tented camp. The Field Ambulance camp at Asagi Mahale is covered with photographs of RAMC personnel, tented and dugout accommodation, the interior of the dispensary and the view towards Horseshoe Hill. Other photographs show the church at Gugunci (location of another Field Ambulance); a dentist at work; a light railway train on the line to Yanesh (Janes) and RAMC personnel watching a German or Bulgarian aeroplane (all taken during 1917). The Casualty Clearing Station at Caussica is also well represented with photographs of motor ambulances, a wheeled travois and stretcher carried between two mules (both for carrying casualties), a cookhouse and covered horse/mule lines. These images were also taken during 1917, as was one showing ambulance wagons being prepared for entry in the horse show at Kalinova. Finally, there are two photographs taken in 1918, one showing a soldier swimming in Lake Ardzan and the other a street in the Bulgarian town of Radomir. This latter photographs was taken after the Armistice with Bulgarian forces on 29 October 1918, when British and French troops occupied the country.