Bathurst Library has combined history and 21st-century technology to create a tribute to the city's Anzacs.
Library visitors can now access a special touch-screen display honouring 14 of Bathurst's World War One diggers.
Library services manager Patou Clerc said the display helped to bring history to life and was accessible to people of all ages.
"The information and images have been compiled by library staff using our history resources and creates a picture of the men who went off to war - some of whom returned home while others were killed on the battlefield," Ms Clerc said.
"Importantly, it links real faces to the Anzac legend and reminds us that while the war was fought overseas, the impact was very close to home."
Among those included in the display is Sergeant Roy Lee who was born in Kelso in 1887.
Sgt Lee served on the Western Front and was killed in action on May 3, 1917 at Bellecourt, France.
There is no known grave and his commemoration details are recorded at the Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, France.
Sgt Lee received the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.
The Anzac display is available during library opening hours on the touch table near the pictorial display of noted war correspondent Charles Bean, who was also born in Bathurst.
CEW Bean travelled to Gallipoli as a civilian and remained there until the December evacuation.
He went on to witness almost every major battle on the Western Front and was instrumental in the founding of the Australian War Memorial.