Cameronians Full dress – type of uniform worn primarily for ceremonial occasions, particularly after the First World War when full dress had practically disappeared from the Army. In 1947 dress for ceremonial occasions was introduced.
Men of 'C' Company, Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) in the trenches at Houplines during December They are sporting woolen watch caps that could be made to look like the fez (man with rifle, partially obscured in foreground).
The Bn The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) silver plated Piper's glengarry badge. This superb Piper's glengarry badge was one of a very small number issued to the Pipers prior to the disbandment parade at Castle Dangerous on the May
Soldiers of The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) hauling a gun