I'm trying to find out if there was a museum in Scotland in the 1950's that housed a mounted mosasaur skeleton, or at least had a good number of the bones, in something resembling anatomic order, on display. Or a VERY good, detailed scientific drawing on a mosasaur skeleton.
Bonus points if the museum also had at least a skull (or a good scientific drawing of a skull) of a pliosaur/'short-necked plesiosaur' on display.
Super bonus points if the museum also had a drawing/model of a coelacanth.
Since I'm probably looking for something that doesn't exist, is there a museum that could have housed such specimens back then? As in, I could say 'X Museum had these specimens in the 1950's' and it would sound plausible to most people.
A museum in England or Wales would work as well, but Scotland would be ideal.