George Bain was an artist and teacher who came to Stobs Camp in 1904.

Whilst at Stobs he produced many sketches of army life. The drawings provide a unique, fascinating and sometimes humorous insight in to what it was like at camp in the years before the First World War.

Now, over 100 years later, we are delighted to be able to share these remarkable snapshots of Stobs. We are grateful to Alistair Pringle, Great-Grandson of George, and his family for kindly granting us permission. All images remain the copyright of the George Bain Estate.

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