Scottish photographs of Military hardware
This is a picture of an Bren Gun
The Bren was originally a Czech design and its name resulted from the combination of "Brno" and "Enfield", the location of the small-arms factories in Czechoslovakia and Great Britain respectively that contributed to its development. A highly accurate and reliable weapon, the Bren could be fired by a single soldier but required a second man to carry its tools, spare parts and extra ammunition.
This picture was taken at Scotlands Secret Bunker located in Fife Scotland. They have a variety of exhibits of Scottish (British) Army Hardware used over a variety of time periods.
This is part of a collection of photographs of Scottish and British Military Hardware which have been used over a period of years. The site contains a variety of army pictures over a varied time period from the early wars of independence to the second world war. It includes pictures of Scottish regimental uniforms, captured weapons and uniforms and also military machine pictures made or used in Scotland