|Object type||Black & white - Glass transparency (positive)|
|Photographer||Unknown Australian Official Photographer|
|Place made||Western Front: Western Front (Belgium), Menin Road Area, Hannebeek|
|Date made||30 October 1917|
An abandoned enemy gun, near Hannebeek, in the Ypres Sector, being removed by members of the 39th Battery of Australian Field Artillery during the intervals between barrages. Identified: Sergeant (Sgt) W. Bethune (1); unidentified (2); Gunner (Gnr) J. Burke (3); Corporal T. A. Palmer (4); Driver R. Ross (5); unidentified (6); unidentified (7); unidentified (8); Sgt J. W. Nelson (9); Gnr A. L. Morgan (10); Lt A. Priddle (11); unidentified (12); Gnr J. Holleley (13); Gnr H. R. Schofield (14); Gnr G. Fitzmaurice (15); unidentified (16); unidentified (17); Gnr S. J. Dutton (17A); unidentified (18); Cpl C. W. King (19); Bombardier D. J. Kinghorn (20). See E01240K for position of those named in this caption.