|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Photographer||Baldwin, Herbert Frederick|
|Place made||France: Picardie, Somme, Bapaume Cambrai Area, Bullecourt|
|Date made||8 May 1917|
The railway embankment which ran parallel to the Hindenburg Line south east of Bullecourt. The tank shown in the distance broke down above the shelter which housed the Headquarters of the 48th Battalion (Lieutenant Colonel R. L. Leane) during the first assault upon the Hindenburg Line (11 April 1917). The embankment was also the position of Brigadier General Gellibrand's Headquarters (6th Infantry Brigade) during the second assault (3 May 1917).