While I was away I was hoping to revisit the Muckleburgh Collection at Weybourne in Norfolk. I visited the museum in 2009 but since then the collection has expanded and new facilities have been built. My lovely wife knew I wanted to revisit the Muckleburgh Collection so she suggested that I drop her and the kids off in nearby Cromer so I could explore the museum in peace while they did a little shopping. I spent around three hours looking at the exhibits and of course taking pictures, and here are a selection.
|The Artillery Hall has a wide range of guns on display|
|A British made signal pistol used on D-Day|
|A selection of models of the aircraft based in Norfolk during WWII|
|A British 13 Pounder Field Gun|
|An Argentinian 155mm Field Gun abandoned at the end of the Falklands War|
|The 17 Pounder - Arguably the best British Anti-Tank Gun of WWII|
|Chevrolet C8 Pdr Anti-Tank Portee - 1941|
|French AMX 13 Light Tank|
|Diamond T Recovery Truck|
|GMC 6x6 Truck|
|Morris Quad 4x4 Truck|
The museum have loads more on display and I'll post some more pictures tomorrow.