This photograph from the Museum archives shows HRH The Duke of Edinburgh inspecting members of I Company, 1st Battalion, The Rifle Brigade (1 RB), at Wardieburn Camp, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, on 1 November 1956.
This photograph from the Museum archives shows members of the 1st Battalion, The King’s Royal Rifle Corps, crossing the Kuram River on 1 December 1926 during a 262-mile march from Rawalpindi to Razmak on the North-West Frontier of India (now Pakistan).
This photograph from the Museum archives shows the wreck of the Royal Indian Marine Ship (RIMS) Warren Hastings which ran aground on the coastline of Réunion (Indian Ocean) on 14 January 1897. Further photographs show some of the survivors and the camp established for salvage from the wreck.
The exact provenance of this photograph is not known. However, the bandsmen are wearing Broderick caps with King’s Royal Rifle Corps cap badges. There is also a reference to Ranikhet chalked on the box in the foreground of the photograph.