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Ballarat Ranger Military Museum Ballarat, Vic

8/7 RVR Unit Historical Collection based on Ballarat & District military history and 8/7 RVR history covering the Volunteer, Militia, WW1, WW2, CMF and Army Reserve eras.

Contact Information

location
1806 Sturt Street Ballarat Vic (map)
phone
+61 0400 573 802
Contact

Opening Hours

Thursday 1 - 4 pm & fourth Sunday each month 9 -12 am or 'By Appointment' Contact Neil 0400 573 802 or John 0481 286 167

Entry Fee

Gold Coin Donation

Location

1806 Sturt Street Ballarat Vic

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8/7 RVR Unit Historical Collection based on Ballarat & District military history and 8/7 RVR history covering the Volunteer, Militia, WW1, WW2, CMF and Army Reserve eras.

Rod Iddles 2 June 2015 11:40 AM

After watching an episode of Tony Robertsons tour of duty I am intrigued to find out more information on a station masters bell that was shown on the program. I am the President of the 7th Division Engineers Association it was said that the bell was "borrowed" from the ballarat train station by someone of the 7th Division. The bell had engraved on it different campaigns it went to one of which being Tobruk, the only 7th Division unit that went to Tobruk was the 2/6th Fld Coy from the Engineers. I would like to find out as much information about this bell and the person that returned it as I possibly can thank you.

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Ballarat Ranger Military Museum, Ballarat

Colour Regimental - 71st Infantry

Ballarat Ranger Military Museum, Ballarat

A green Regimental Colour presented to the 71st (City of Ballarat) Infantry

Inscriptions & Markings

71 Wreath in centre South Africa 1899 - 1902 (Battle Honour)

Medal - Lt Col Sleep Long & Efficient Service Medal

Ballarat Ranger Military Museum, Ballarat

The 'Sleep' Medal mounted in a photo frame with a photographs of Lt Col Sleep and his service details.

Inscriptions & Markings

J. T. Sleep. 1880

Colour Regimental - 70th Infantry

Ballarat Ranger Military Museum, Ballarat

A green Regimental Colour presented to the 70th Infantry (Ballarat Regiment).

Inscriptions & Markings

70 Wreath in centre South Africa 1899-1902 (Battle Honour)