What a waste of a good running track. Who can remember the number of times we had to run around it.
Dreaming of the great escape?  But how many remember the mud?
St George's Church (Interior)
'A' Company Block
The Old Huts
St George's Church (Exterior)
Aerial View of the College taken in 1982
Here are 3 vehicles that were in use in the 40/50/60's.  They are:
Austin Bedford 15 cwt. (Top Left)
Austin K 6 (Top Right)
Austin PU Tilly (Left)

How many of you can remember using these models to train on at Chepstow?
Next 3 pictures were sent in by Richard Bulch.  They were taken in November 2003.  Richard is seen  seated in one of the pews he helped to construct.
Beachey & the Wye Viaduct, taken in 1966
Chepstow Railway Station
        The Boat Inn Chepstow
Corps of Drums - August 1954
Pipe Band playing at the Royal Tournament - 1972
Corps of Drums - 1970
The famous 'Gate'
A Company block. But which one?
"Memories of Chepstow"
Chepstow Castle
The Bridge Inn
The 'Bridge over the River Wye'.
The following are photos of 'The Corps of Drums' & 'Pipe Band' taken in different years.
"Digging the Footings" for the first bridge.
(Note the bus going to the Old Ferry Inn)
Bus
"Hurry up please, the tide's going out"
A 'Steeplechase?' or is it "Look Sir, I can walk on water."
"It's alright Sir, I'll make sure no-one nicks ya bike!"
The following 3 photos are of the massed bands playing outside Chepstow Castle in 1976
Joining Up
AAC Boxing Team 1963
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