|View over Goose Green battlegrounds|
|British Cemetery at San Carlos|
|Items left at the Blue Beach Cemetery|
|Settlement at Goose Green|
|Village Hall at Goose Green|
|Shearing sheds at Goose Green|
Our next stop was Darwin, which many years ago was where the settlement gentry lived, rather than with their workers in Goose Green. There is still an old stone corral, complete with its small escape holes in case a person was trapped by an angry animal.
|Memorial to 2 Para|
Close to here is the memorial to the men from 2 Para who died in the battles here, and then a short walk away, overlooking an area that is peaceful now but must have been a horrendous place to have had to try to capture in a battle, is the memorial to Colonel H Jones, the other person awarded the Victoria Cross, who was killed when he stormed a position at a vital point in the battle at Goose Green.
|Memorial to Capt H Jones|
|Unknown Argentine grave|