The REME Museum has over 100,000 items in its collection. This includes over 100 vehicles dating from World War Two, medals awarded to REME soldiers, an extensive weapons collection as well as uniforms, models, trade test pieces and radios.
As well as objects the Museum has a large archive which includes letters, pamphlets, photographs, paintings, instruction manuals and vehicle specifications.
We are currently undertaking a project to make our collections database searchable via this website. This is a major project, though we hope to have the first entries ready in the near future.
In the meantime, links below will give more information about the different parts of our collection.
The Museum has a number of objects which help to tell the story of the REME Corps. Our largest items include vehicles and our smallest include REME buttons from uniforms.
Click below to find out more information and to see some of the highlights of our object collection.
The Archives cover a range of material relating to the history of the Corps. The Archives span all aspects of the Corps including its formation, post-war development, recent and ongoing operations as well as personal papers of soldiers, including letters and diaries, photographs and technical manuals.
Click below to find out more information and to see some of the highlights of the collection.
Donate to the Museum
The vast majority of our collection is donated to us by current and former members of the Corps or their families.
Find out more about what the Museum collects and how to donate.
Can you tell us more?
We are always interested in finding out more information about the collections. The Museum collects oral histories, memoirs and even enjoys putting names to faces in the many photographs which we have.
If you have any memories or extra information which you would like to share click below to find out how to contact the Museum.