Regular readers will know that I have a thing for Armored Vehicles. I have collected lots of pictures from several museum visits over the years and I still have loads more to see. I have uploaded most of these pictures to Picasa and most have featured on this blog. I have now collected together all my pictures in a single album which will grow as I 'collect' more pictures. In particular I have focused on those vehicles from WWII and my hope is that my collection of pictures will be useful to Wargamers and modelers interested in that period.
There are several collections in the UK that I have yet to see and some that are only accessible at Military shows. Tanks of this period are scattered all over the world and many are listed on the Surviving Panzers website which is an amazing online resource. I'll certainly be referring to this sit to help me find and photograph some of the rare and incredible vehicles to be found in the UK (and overseas if I get a chance).
Nice pictures, thanks!ReplyDelete
Have a nice day.
Lovely work, thanks.ReplyDelete
Great set of pics. Thanks for showing.ReplyDelete
Well done Lee, that's a great collection of photo's and I'm sure WWII gamers will use the album as you suggest.ReplyDelete
Nice set of pics -- and a nice new banner at the top!ReplyDelete
very good idea LeeReplyDelete
Think we need to get you a tank top.ReplyDelete
Great idea, thanks Lee.ReplyDelete
PS: just going half through "Tank Men", the book you recommended sometime ago. Really engaging, but feeling uneasy.
Is that a winged hussar I spy on the Cromwell Cruiser?ReplyDelete
Norman - Yes, I belive it is. The Tank Museum’s Cromwell is displayed in the markings of the reconnaissance regiment of the 1st Polish Armoured Division.ReplyDelete