Menin Gate:

Photographs of probably the most well-known and most visited of all First World War memorials to the British and Empire soldiers that have fallen fighting around Ypres - the Menin Gate at Ypres in Belgium. Carved on the huge panels are the names of 54,896 offices and men of the Commonwealth forces that  and who have no known grave. However, this number does not represent all of the missing, it was found that the memorial, immense that it is was not large enough to hold the numbers of all the missing. The names recorded on the gate's panels are those of men who died in the area between the outbreak of the war in 1914 and 15th August, 1917. A further 34,984 are recorded on panels in the cemetery at Tyne Cot. 
These photographs were taken on the 12th November 2008.