My Grandfather George Errington served with both 35 and 126 Heavy Battery Royal Garrison Artillery during the First World War.
Both batteries were equipped with 60 Pounder guns which were the largest guns to be towed by horses anything bigger had to be moved by tractors
He arrived in France in January 1916 and served until the 15th March 1918 when he was gassed on the Hindenburg Line at Havrincourt, he fought at Ypres, Loos, The Somme and the Hindenburg line and was wounded in action 3 times,
The attached photo shows him in late 1916 or early 1917 after he had been wounded on the Somme and prior to returning to France. He is shown wearing 2 wound stripes on his left arm.