Blades of Remembrance — Armistice Day centenary commemorated


At 11:00 GMT, LRC members gathered outside the front of the club and fell silent for two minutes to mark the time World War One officially came to an end. London Rowing Club had 194 serve in WW1, 50 were lost. Each blade in this photograph represents one of the fifty.

London stood alongside Vesta and Thames RC on the Putney embankment and the rest of the British rowing community to remember all those who had sacrificed so much.