These roof beams came from a Canadian Bunker in Talukas, Panjawe District of Afghanistan. This carved poem was started by 24 yr old Private Terry Street killed while on patrol and finished by his comrades
'When some men talk and give in to fear, we left our homes and all we held dear to come and and fight and meet our Death and remind the world Lest We Forget that honour and that courage are not just words, but ways of life we proudly served.
'So think long and hard as you walk by about the things for which we died because on this ground warriors stood Bought and paid for with your blood When days are dark and you've had enough, Think of what we gave and remember us' In Memory of Pte Terry J Street
The Afghanistan Memorial visited Confederation Building in St.John's, Newfoundland, Canada on October 26, 2014
©Andrea Edwards Photography 2014