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Discussion in 'Photos' started by calrider, Sep 5, 2010.
Fort Hunter Liggett, CA, USA.
Point Mugu Missile Park, Port Hueneme, CA, USA.
Suzuki at a MOD building by APM Photography, on Flickr
View from the ground. And view from the roof. Managed to climb up on it.
The anti-tank defense and fortified line, aka the Toblerone Line, is visible in the background.
Gland, Vaud, Switzerland.
Outside the base in Halifax, Nova Scotia , I parked next to a very annoyed Ktm owner.... Who actually moved his bike after I captured the photo.... Too funny.
Silverton’s half-track, located at the San Juan County Historical Society Museum.
All the specs I could find on it:
Cab forward only.
M2, not an A1.
Silverton, CO, USA.
I talked with the owner of that half-track a few years ago. I believe he was the mayor.
Santa Clara, NM
Arco, ID, USA.
Experimental Breeder Reactor I (EBR-I) is a decommissioned research reactor and U.S. National Historic Landmark located in the desert about 18 miles (29 km) southeast of Arco, Idaho. It was the world's first breeder reactor. At 1:50 p.m. on December 20, 1951, it became one of the world's first electricity-generating nuclear power plants when it produced sufficient electricity to illuminate four 200-watt light bulbs. Electricity had earlier been generated by a nuclear reactor on September 3, 1948 at the X-10 Graphite Reactor in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. EBR-I subsequently generated sufficient electricity to power its building, and continued to be used for experimental purposes until it was decommissioned in 1964. The museum is open for visitors from late May until early September. Cool thing is that you get to go inside, press on all the buttons and turn all the dials ^^
And its two heat transfer experimental reactors.
My F650 next to an old gun in Perkpolder, Zeeland, the Netherlands.
If what I'm reading is correct, there are now more tanks above sea level to take pictures next to, albeit in Murmansk:
Jul 23, 2014 - An exceptionally unspoiled M4 Sherman tank, the battle tank the Allies primarily used during the Second World War, was salvaged from an area in the Arctic Ocean’s Barents Sea near the Russian city of Murmansk Wednesday, July 23.
The well-preserved relic of the M4 Sherman tank was extracted from another wreckage – a US cargo ship sunk during the dying days of the Second World War by a German submarine.
The US-made M4 Sherman tank was aboard the SS Thomas Donaldson. The latter was then part of the Arctic convoy JW-65. However, the said ship was torpedoed near the shores of the small Russian island of Kildin by U-boat U968 on the 20th of March, 1945. -- https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/double-decker-bus-used-wwi-transport.html
ST Clair Shores, mi
A Churchill Tank on Sword Beach in Normandy. Used in the D Day Invasion 6th June 1944
thats a Cromwell tank
My mistake.... Thanks
Azimuth markings on the turret to enable this Cromwell to be used as fire support from ship's deck. Just one of the fantastic modifications thought up for tank use on and around D-Day.