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Rifles Regimental Museums
The Shropshire Regimental Museum
The collections of the Shropshire Regimental Museum Trust including pictures, uniforms, medals, weapons and other equipment from the 18th Century to the present day are housed in the The Shropshire Regimental Museum in The Castle.
The Keep Military Museum
The Keep Museum's constituent Regiments are The Devonshire Regiment, The Dorset Regiment, The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment, The Dorset Yeomanry, The Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry, The Dorset Militia, The Royal Devon Yeomanry and 94 Field Regiment RA.
Somerset's Military Museum
The artefacts and records of the Somerset Light Infantry are located in the County Museum at Taunton. The collection is known as "Somerset Military Museum"
The museum houses the artefacts of:
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's)
The Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry
The West Somerset Yeomanry
The North Somerset Yeomanry
Somerset Militia, Rifle Volunteers and Territorials
The Light Infantry and its successor regiment, The Rifles
Herefordshire Light Infantry Museum
The Herefordshire Light Infantry Museum tells the story of the Herefordshire Light Infantry in campaigns such as Galipoli, Egypt and Palestine.
Cornwall's Regimental Museum
The collection tells the story of the County Regiment from 1702 until the present date. The displays cover the story of the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, the volunteers and volunteer militia and the successor Regiment, The Light Infantry.
The Rifles Collection
The Rifles Collection aims to tell the story of The Rifles, a regiment formed in 2007, drawing on both the heritage of its antecedent regiments and the current Regiment. The museum reflects the experiences of the modern Regiment, showcasing their tales from modern conflicts such as Iraq and Afghanistan as well as their role in British culture such as the role in the 2012 Olympics. There are tales of courage, humour and sacrifice from the soldiers of The Rifles and their families since its formation.