|The insignia of the Gordon Highlanders.|
|One member's medals, including the Victoria Cross.|
|The man in the soft beret carrying only a walking stick is the officer in charge, the inlisted men wore helmets and carried rifles. This was during WWI.|
|These beautiful powder horns were not for black powder, but for snuf!|
|The dining room may be rented.|
At the start of WWII, the British troops were evacuated from Dunkirk. As they retreated, one of the drummer boys hid his drum in a hedgerow, figuring it wasn't a good thing to be caught with. A local farmer saw him hide it and later retrieved and hid it under his barn. After the war, the family found it again, moving it to their attic. In the 1980's they returned it to the Gordon's where it is now in the museum.
|The returned drum.|
|The piper was an important part of the unit, playing to encourage the unit forward. This was in Afghanistan when they were told the hill must be taken.|