Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum
c/o Major IL Riley TD FSA Scot
51a Common Lane
Mirror site and back-up
Hon Secretary (pro tem)
The Museum is run by volunteers, chaired by Professor Donald Ritchie FRSE DL, and has re-established itself in new premises (provided by the North West England RFCA) in the Edge Lane area of Liverpool following the closure of the Liverpool Scottish HQ at Score Lane, Childwall. The floor space exceeds 1000 square feet with ancilliary rooms for storage and records. It located near to the Liverpool Scottish ACF unit. The offical opening took take place in November 2002
Usually on Wednesdays 2pm to 7pm or by appointment: 'phone at least a couple of days in advance to avoid a wasted journey. The Museum is presently re-establishing its display following relocation from Forbes House Childwall to premises near to Edge Lane Liverpool. Research and record facilities are available.
Donations welcomed: we receive no public funding.
Ample parking on road immediately outside
Easy access from city centre, ring road and M62
The Museum collection includes the uniforms and other military artefacts covering 100 years of the history of a kilted Scottish volunteer infantry regiment established in Liverpool.The collection of photographs and other documentary information is extensive.
Weapons and War
Key artists and exhibits
- First World War
- Noel Chavasse
- Second World War
- Scottish uniforms
- King's Regiment
- Liverpool Regiment