On Saturday 13 May 2000, Victorian Mounted Rifles Squadron, 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment departed Buna Barracks Albury and relocated to its new depot at Building 105 North Bandiana. The occasion was marked by a parade through the main streets of Albury and Wodonga. The mayor of Albury, Councillor Les Langford, farewelled the regiment and the mayor of Wodonga, Councillor Graham Crapp, welcomed the regiment to Wodonga. At Building 105, the Area Commander, Colonel Chris Anstey, welcomed the regiment and handed over the building to Lieutenant Colonel Michael Annett, Commanding Officer 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse. Major General David McLachlan was Honorary Colonel of 4/19 Prince of
Wales's Light Horse.
Colour photograph of Lieutenant Colonel M Annett, Councillor G Crapp, Major General McLachlan and Councillor L Langford on dais just prior to the march past of Victorian Mounted Rifles Squadron, 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse regiment parading through Dean Street Albury 13 May 2000.
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