Army Museums

Royal Logistic Corps Museum

Facilities

YesCoach Parking
YesCar Parking
YesRestaurant/Cafe
YesToilets
YesLecture Room
YesShop

Other: Disabled access.

How to get there:
Bus no 48 from Brookwood railway station, no 35 from Woking or by car via M3 (Junct 3) and along B3015.

The museum, recently modernised and refurbished, houses a comprehensive collection relating to the history and activities of the Royal Logistic Corps and its several antecedent corps. Displays include uniforms, medals, weapons and historical artefacts portraying the development of military logistics from the Middle Ages to the present day. Access to the extensive Corps archive is available by appointment. The RLC Museum Archive holds a complete set of RLC and Forming Corps Journals dating from the Nineteenth Century to the present day. The website www.rlcarchive.org has placed on-line all of those which the Forming Corps published between 1914 and 1964, covering the period from the start of the First World War to the end of National Service. The Journals can be browsed from page to page or searched by a word or phrase of choice. The Journals are a valuable source of information on the activities of the Forming Corps and the lives of those who served with them. The Journals provide details of operations, exercises, unit news and Corps sport. For those wishing to learn more of individual soldiers and officers who served in the Forming Corps the Journals can be a very useful source of research. The Journals published details of individuals’ promotions, postings, marriages and obituaries. Casualty lists, seniority lists and medal awards were also published in the Journals. At the very least the Journals can provide general background information to an officer’s or soldier’s time in the Forming Corps. Also available on www.rlcarchive.org are the Quarterlies/Reviews of the Army Service Corps/Royal Army Service Corps (ASC/RASC) that were published between 1905 and 1964. These more scholarly publications provide a more detailed understanding of the work of the ASC/RASC. Articles in the Quarterlies were usually written by serving Officers on subjects that include doctrinal and technological developments within the Corps. The Quarterlies also published narratives of campaigns and operations, written with an emphasis on supply and transport in the British Army. Access to the Journals is on a pay/view or subscription basis. Please see www.rlcarchive.org for further details.

Royal Logistic Corps, Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Army Service Corps, Army Service Corps, Commissariat and Transport Corps, Commissariat and Transport Department, Control Department, Commissariat Department, Military Train, Land Transport Corps, Royal Waggon Train, Corps of Waggoners, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Army Ordnance Corps, Army Ordnance Department, Ordnance Store Corps, Ordnance Store Department, Ordnance Store Branch, Control Department, Military Store Staff Corps, Military Stores Department, Corps of Armourer-Sergeants, Royal Pioneer Corps, Pioneer Corps, Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps, Labour Corps, Army Catering Corps, Royal Engineers Postal and Courier Service. See also www.rlcarchive.org

Opening Hours:
Mon - Fri 9am - 4pm throughout the year. Sat 12 noon-4pm, 31 Mar to 1 Oct only. Closed Sundays, Bank Holidays and Christmas Eve to New Year


Address:
Royal Logistic Corps Museum
Princess Royal Barracks,
Deepcut,
Camberley,
GU16 6RW

Tel: 01252 833371

Fax: 01252 833484

Web:
www.rlcmuseum.co.uk

Curator:
Mr Andrew Robertshaw

Admission charges:
Adult: Free
Seniors: Free
Groups: By appointment
Children: Free
School Parties: By appointment

Others:
By appointment