Album of 216 original black and white prints of a service of an unknown officer of the Canadian Military Engineers (CME) in various locations on the Western Front.
01. Sequence of various points in Rouen.
02. Sequence of images taken at St. Etienne - German prisoners clearing camp; a steam engine belonging to the Railway Operating Division (ROD), serial number 6673; railway station.
03. Sequence of photographs taken in Amiens, mainly cathedral.
04. Sequence taken at the GHQ of the Director General of Transportation (DGT), unknown location.
05. Destruction in Arras.
06. The British 15 inch naval railway gun, "The Peace Maker" in Nieppe Wood.
07. Destruction in Ypres.
08. Destruction in Cambrai.
09. Destruction in La Bassee.
10. Havrincourt Wood and the Nord Canal near Havrincourt.
11. Destruction in Bailleul.
12. Ruins of Bethune.
13. Ruins of Monchy-le-Preux.
14. Knocked out British tank named "Hippo", probably near Courcy.
15. British tanks amongst the ruins of Bapaume.
16. War cemeteries - French near Messines, British on the Menin Road and Mory Abbey.
17. British troops playing badminton, pile of trench mortar bombs, all in Bapaume.
18. Ruins of Merville, August 1918.
19. Ruins of Locre and Vlamertinghe.
20. Ruined German concrete pillboxes, a wrecked British tank, general view of the battlefield - Hooge.
21. Wrecked British tanks on the Menin Road.
22. Mine crates on Messines Ridge and German concrete dugouts on the Hindenburg Line.
23. Ruins of chateau on Kemmel Hill.
24. Ruins of sugar refinery, church and the village of Bullecourt.
25. Ruins of Ecoust, Hazebrouck, Roulers, St. Pol.
26. Captured German huts in the Death Valley behind the Hindenburg Line.
27. A Belgian locomotive at Borre, all covered by humorous slogans written by the South Wales Borderers - "Given by the ancient Britons for the Red Cross", "Built by Moses", "Change here for London", "Last train for home this way", "Troops must not pick flowers while train is moving".
28. Grave of Prince Friedrich Karl in Rouen.
29. Sequence of images taken in Ostend in 1919 - HMS Vindictive, the Quay, railway station etc.
30. Group photographs of CME officers, names metioned - Lieutenant Wilkie, Captain Lloyd and his wife, La Hive, Rushworth.
31. Demobilisation of the unit with names mentioned - Lockey, Grow, Milly, Wilkie, la Hive.
32. Group of the Chinese Labour Corps workers on the move; soldiers of the unit preparing cordite to burn.
33. Surplus locomotives of the Railway Operating Division (ROD), marion steam shovels, cranes, power house and gun tractors at Audruicq wagon depot.
34. Sequence of images taken at Wissant and Bourburg after the war.
Softcover album of original black and white prints, brief captions included.