The Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) is a corps of the British Army that has responsibility for the maintenance, servicing and inspection of almost every electrical and mechanical piece of equipment within the British Army, ranging from Apache helicopters to dental tools and utensils. In fact, after World War II, REME was brought in to assess the possibility of starting up production of the Beetle car as transport for the occupying forces. This ultimately led to the formation of the VW Car Group!
A significant part of the fascinating history of the corps is documented in a number of bound photographic albums at the REME Museum of Technology. Max was commissioned to digitally photograph these precious albums, and to produce high resolution copies of each individual picture within the album. We are proud to be associated with this project, and we have already provided the REME Museum with approximately 10,000 quality images from these fascinating albums.