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Images from the Tank Museum

 

The museum’s Canadian Leopard C2 having a run out during Britain at War’s visit.

Here’s a portfolio of images taken during Britain at War’s recent visit to the excellent Tank Museum at Bovington in Dorset. It’s a ‘must see’ museum and has one of the finest collections of fighting vehicles in the world. For more details, see: www.tankmuseum.org

A general view of the early tanks section.

 

Another general view inside the museum.

 

The Tank Medium, Mark A – also known as The Whippet.

 

The collection’s Infantry Tank Mk.1 A11 Matilda.

 

The M3 Medium Tank, used circa 1942.

 

One of the museum’s two post-war Centurion tanks.

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