White Chateau Position during the Messines Ridge Battle

See the diary entry beginning 10 May 1917. Described as being "right of Menin Road", so possibly not the well known White Chateau on the other side of the road, unless the name now applied to the wider local area. Using the road to orientate the map, the guns are facing the Messines battle, around Hill 60.

Casualties here included Cpl Howlett [Hackett?] killed 7 June and Gnr Wernham died of wounds 8 June 1917. Among the wounded were Razor and Bulmer.