As mentioned in my earlier post I had a unique opportunity to visit the Tank Museum at Bovington twice in the space of a week. The first visit took advantage of the opening day for the new exhibit, Battlegroup Afghanistan but when I returned I focused on some of the tanks that I had 'ignored' previously.
This slideshow includes some detailed pictures of the allied desert armour from the second world war. I also took some time to explore in more detail the Allied tanks from the NW Europe campaign, including an interesting 'experimental' version of a beefed up Churchill tank. I hope you like the pictures.
It's a long way from here so thanks for the visual tour.
Great slide show and very useful as a painting guideReplyDelete
Thanks for posting, an excellent albumReplyDelete
Nicely done again, see you tommorow.ReplyDelete
im glad to know that germans painted as well as i do.ReplyDelete
Very cool pictures and alot of good reference material for painting.ReplyDelete
Very nice !! Many thanks LeeReplyDelete