"Butte sponsors - Intona Limited" Big welcome to Ron Mitchell director of Intona Limited seen standing at Drummond Castle near Crieff in Scotland where Intona were working Taken by Bob Paterson Summer 2019
"The view from the D929" A nice black and white version of the view seen by the passer by. Taken by Bob Paterson November 2019
"The Somme battlefield conditions late 1916" Mud, mud and more mud. Plus water of course. Taken by Archives de La contemporaine - Pas de Calais VAL Autumn 1916
"Albert - the street leading to La Boisselle and beyond" A pre bombardment photo of the street leading to the current day McDonalds, La Boisselle etc. The bakers shown is still a bakers today. One of the more popular photos posted on the Butte's Instagram account. Taken by Bob Paterson's collection. Date unknown
"The view from the sky taken by associate Stevie Kerr" A stunning picture of the Butte from drone. Taken by Stevie Kerr - www.skphotos.com.co.uk Unknown.
"The pathway before the refurb!" The old pathway– looking down from the summit Taken by Bob Paterson 18 August 2011
"The butte from an unusual angle" The butte from an unusual angle – from the north east facing south west Taken by Bob Paterson July 2018
"A stunning early morning view of the Butte." A stunning early morning view of the Butte. Taken by Richard Smith 22 February 2019
"A Scottish visitor to the Butte" A Scottish visitor to the Butte - Mr Ed Dixon Taken by Ed Dixon May 2013
"The site of German gun placements near Warlencourt" The site of German gun placements near Warlencourt Taken by Bob Paterson July 2018
"The War memorial in Warlencourt-Eaucourt" The War memorial in Warlencourt-Eaucourt Taken by Bob Paterson November 2018
"The Butte from le Sars Communal cemetery" The Butte from le Sars Communal cemetery Taken by Bob Paterson 18 January 2019
"The Butte de Warlencourt from the driveway" The Butte de Warlencourt from the driveway Taken by Bob Paterson
"The King on the Butte" The King visiting the Butte de Warlencourt, accompanied by military officials.
WARNING – ATTENTION!
This land is dangerous. Anyone entering does so at their own risk. The owners cannot accept any responsibility for damage, accidents or loss in relation to your visit to the Butte and/or the parking facilities at the site. All visitors must remain within the designated handrail area.
Please be careful. The paths can be slippy when wet. Please use the handrail at all times when ascending and descending.