Physical rights are retained by the photographer, Tony Crowley. Copyright is retained by the photographer, Tony Crowley.
Loyalist mural, Newtownards Rd., Ballymacarrett, East Belfast, 2011.'Ulster’s Past Defenders 1920-1992'; figures of soldier from the UDR (Ulster Defence Regiment) and ‘B’ Specials; crests of both regiments, with plaque: 'This is dedicated to those who served in our conflict We forget not'; left: 'Formed in 1970 the Ulster defence Reg. was an infantry regiment of the British Army intended to carry out security duties in N.I. It was later disbanded in 1992 A total of 197 members were killed through the Troubles'; right: 'Formed in 1920 the Ulster Special Constabulary had been set up taking action against the IRA It was divided into three categories A. B. and C specials Later in 1970 they were disbanded Then the UDR replaced them'. Loyalist