The Wounded Return
Less than a month after the first troops left from London Road Railway Station, wounded men were returning from the Western Front. Voluntary Aid Detachment Nurses assisted the Royal Army Medical Corps in caring for the men. Volunteer drivers took the casualties to the Fifth Northern General Hospital, on the site of what is now the University of Leicester.
The image shows the arrival of an ambulance train at London Road Railway Station, circa 1916.
You can find the First World War Service Records & Certificates for Those Remembered on St James The Greater Church War Memorial at the bottom of this page.