Geraldton veterans gather for Remembrance Day
A sizeable crowd gathered for a stirring Remembrance Day service in Geraldton this morning.
A few dozen veterans led a march along Forrest Street before making their way to Birdwood House for the service.
They were joined by representatives from the Greenough 10th Light Horse Memorial Troop and Australian Army Reserve Pilbara Regiment.
Speakers included Geraldton City RSL sub-branch president Barry Stinson and Chaplain Scott Norman.
Remembrance Day – also known as Armistice Day – marks the day World War 1 ended, at 11am on November 11, 1918.
It commemorates members of the armed forces who died in the line of duty.
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