Permanent Display

From 2014, the VMGCRA has a permanent display space that can be visited by special arrangement. More details are available here.

Living History

As part of the VMGCRA, the Emma Gees have provided displays of the Vickers MG in a historical context independently and as part of a wider group of individuals or associations. These pages show some of the photos and explain some of the context of the displays. Few of the photos are the property of the VMGCRA and where they are sourced from elsewhere, the link is shown below the photo to the original source and where, often, you can find more of the photos of the show. If a link is not shown, it means the original source cannot be located – if this is your photo, please contact using the link on the contents page.

Static Displays and Talks

Static displays of the collection, for a specific audience or a wide range of people, provide the opportunity to see the items in a more ‘regular’ museum-type context, with the benefit of hands-on the items. This can provide more information and the opportunity to explain more about how the items work from a technical, rather than a practical, point-of-view. It is also possible to do talks and presentations on the use of the Vickers.


Given the breadth of the VMGCRA collection, loans of items not readily required are available to established and reputable locations that can offer appropriate levels of security and responsibility.


  • Unless otherwise mentioned above, all photos are from the VMGCRA.