Folkestone Harbour Station is a location that would have been familiar to the millions of soldiers who passed through it in the Great War.
It was the last part of Blighty many enlisted men and nurses would have seen when they left for the Western Front, and the first they would have seen when coming home on leave.
The ‘Mole Cafe’ books are a wonderful roll call of those who passed through this site in the Great War and include men and women from all over the British Empire.
Enter a surname or beginning of a name to search. (eg. 'James' will return results of 'James', 'Jameson', etc)