Changing Guard Photo Album - 2 Rifles Dismount - Windsor Castle

Photographer: David Whitecross | 3 May 2018

David took these pictures, featuring 2 Rifles, the Band and Bugles of the Rifles and Nijmegen Company Grenadier Guards changing the Windsor Castle Guard in the Lower Ward.

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    Rifleman on Sentry duty at Windsor Castle
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    Old Guard forming up
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    ready for inspection
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    The Inspection of the Old Guard
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    Waiting for the New Guard to arrive
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    Band and Bugles of the Rifles lead the New Guard into the Lower Ward
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    Nijmegen Company Grenadier Guards, the New Guard
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    Bugkes and Band of the Rilfles
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    Nijmegen Company Grenadier Guards dressing
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    Bugle Major
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    The buglers that accompany the band are front line infantry soldiers drawn from across The Rifles
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    Band and Bugles of the Rifles
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    Relief sentries march to their post
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    The buglers that accompany the band are front line infantry soldiers drawn from across The Rifles
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    Homeward bound
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    The old Guard march out of the Castle
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