Wednesday 22 August 2012

Muckleburgh Collection Revisited - Part 3

Here's the last part of my pictorial review of my recent visit to the Muckleburgh Collection in Norfolk.

M5A1 Light Tank 'Stuart'
Inside the M5A1 Light Tank 'Stuart'

Soviet MT-55 Armoured Bridgelayer
BigLee in front of the M5 Stuart and the M-24 Chaffee light tank
Sherman 'Grizzly' M4A1
Looking round the back I found the Engine Bay doors open on the Sherman 'Grizzly' M4A1
Soviet T34/85 Medium Tank
The Drivers hatch on the T34/85 Medium Tank
This 88mm Flak 37 AA Gun featured in the HBO Series 'Band of Brothers'
Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR 1
V1 Flying Bomb and part of the Launcher Ramp
There is plenty more to restore in the field next door

This is a really good museum with plenty to keep the enthusiast happy. If you are ever in the area its well worth a visit.


  1. Great pics, love the Muckleburgh Collection. I took my kids there a few years ago and they found it really bizarre that they had a Gulf War 1 exhibition. Daddy was in a museum they shouted!!!

    Last pic, bottom right - good old Stalwart, that brought back memories of driving around SALTA BAOR!

    1. The museum certainly has the space to expand their collection and I hope to see more on display in future years.

  2. Apparently I'm in there as an exhibit (in a photo). Never been there, though.

  3. Thank you for this photo series. I have enjoyed it very much.

  4. Ooh, these are some grand pics!

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    1. Yeh, its a 'design classic'! I've seen V1's in several museums but the only other place I have seen part of the launcher ramp is at Duxford.

    2. put it in your ass


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