Museums in Cheshire

Lion Salt Works

Ollershaw Lane, Marston
Northwich CW9 6ES

westcheshiremuseums.co.uk

In 1986 the Lion Salt Works closed after the collapse of the West African salt market. It was purchased by Vale Royal Borough Council to prevent its demolition. Salt-making in Cheshire dates back over 2,000 years, when the salt towns of Cheshire were first established by the Romans.

Liverpool Scottish Regimental Museum

c/o Major IL Riley TD FSA Scot, The Shambles, 51a Common Lane, Culcheth
Warrington WA3 4EY

liverpoolscottish.org.uk

A permanent physical museum to hold the collection of objects and archival material is longer feasible. However modern technology does allow the Trust to fulfill its remit in other ways.To this end a series of programmes and projects to digitize the collection before disposal and preserve the archive are underway. Collections: The museum collection includes the uniforms and other military artefacts covering 100 years of the history of a kilted Scottish volunteer infantry regiment established in Liverpool.The collection of photographs and other documentary information is extensive.