South of Reading in rural Berkshire, the REME Museum of Technology sits in its own grounds and comprises three buildings. The entrance is in a reconstructed National Service Guardroom, housing a shop and cafe which lead through to the interactive 1950s guardroom display. The attached main museum has displays which include REME's medal room, the REME Corps' history of trades, training and deployment, the REME Archives, the 'Armourers' Hall' weapons display and Electronics Display in the James Johnson Room. The Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Museum collection consists of official and unofficial art from the Second World War to the present day. From Grace Ward’s ‘The Repair of a 25-Pounder Gun at the Mill Hill Workshop’ to David John Rowland’s ‘Sergeant Dowling, a REME Fitter Sergeant attached to C Squadron 16th/5th The Queen’s Royal Lancers’, the collection records and memorialises people and events from the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers rich history.