Hi, I've posted here http://ww2talk.com/forums/topic/61747-force-136-main-signals-receiving-camp-tolleygunge-info-please/ and am now thinking that here would be a better place! My father David Jones (EVD Jones 14600589) has been dead for about 16 years. I was clearing through some old photos and found several relating to his time in signals, and he has written notes on the backs of them, so they make a great starting point to learn more about what it was like for him and perhaps share the images with others and add to everyone's knowledge. The info on the back of the photo above says: Force 136 Main Signals Receiving Camp, Tolleygunge, Calcutta, Oct 1944. 14600589 L/cpl Jones EVD ex-force 136 "The girl a FANY (female auxiliary nursing yeomanry) on the left end 3rd row from front was Diana Tovey, daughter of Admiral Tovey CIC North Sea Fleet. She was recovering from small pox. All her hair fell out. It had been straight and very blonde. It grew back, but much darker and all curly and crinkly. The girl at the other end was FANY Polly Trevelyan, niece of Professor GM Trevelyan, author of English Social History." Another photo with my father astride a motorcycle says: Signal receiver camp Hora Hena, Colombo, Ceylon 1945. Transmitter camp was about 6 miles away to prevent interference with signal receiption. I used this D.R's bike (dispatch rider) to take Gosling to Colombo from Hora Hena everyday for 10 days for anti rabies injections. The needle was about 6 inches long and the cylinder of jollop as big again. It was injected into his stomach. The CO ordered all dogs in or near the camp to be killed after this. Love to know more about what camp Tolleygunge was, and what my father did. One photo says he was with Jock Tompson, and Alan on detachment training agents to use morse and portable transmitters. Thank you his daughter.