The museum conserves and displays objects relating to The Royal Logistic Corps, its Forming Corps and their predecessors. The forming corps were: the Royal Corps of Transport; Royal Army Ordnance Corps; Royal Pioneer Corps; Army Catering Corps and Postal and Courier Service of the Royal Engineers.
Our collection includes uniforms, badges, medals, weapons and equipment as well as fine and decorative arts. We have a small collection of vehicles which are kept in an offsite store, the exception being Field Marshal Montgomery’s Rolls Royce which is on display in the museum.
When The RLC Museum was opened in 1995, the majority of the collections from the regimental museums of the Royal Corps of Transport and the Royal Army Ordnance Corps Museum were combined. This was joined by a small number of objects from the Royal Pioneer Corps Museum, along with a selection from the Army Catering Corps.
The Museums collection is continuously growing as we have continued to collect objects from the Forming Corps as well as the RLC.
The RLC Museum, The Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut, Surrey, GU16 6RW
The Royal Logistic Corps Museum Newfoundland Road Deepcut Camberley GU16 6SQ
Open Monday to Friday 0900 - 1600hrs and every Saturday 1200 - 1600 hrs from 5 April 2014
Admission is free.
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