HISTORY OF THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM
- Catalogue number
- Q 36912
- Part of
- Subject period
- Alternative names
- object name: Official photograph
- object category: Photography
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The Museum moves from Crystal Palace to South Kensington, 1924. A steam tractor with the mounting of a 6 inch naval gun and a French Renault tank on its trailers prepare to move, during the transfer of the Imperial War Museum's collections from Crystal Palace to new accommodation adjacent to the Imperial Institute in South Kensington, London in 1924. The move reduced the display space available to the Museum by a considerable margin. Nevertheless, the Museum remained at the site until 1935.
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