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Preserved Tanks in Canada
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Trevor,
I'm afraid that is another Mr. Clark- he is a very talented photographer who got some great shots when the base was "in transition". (To avoid paying taxes, the base commander had a number of the old WWII barracks and hangars knocked down with the result that a number of vehicles that had finally moved under cover within the last few years were now outside again. The cutaway ex DDR T55 probably suffered most...

The new building opened the next year and things were once again uner cover.)
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Trevor

The Leopard C-2 photo is a German Leo 1A4 that if my memory suites me was sent to Canada only for testing. I found some photos of the DDR T-72 when it arrived and the T-34/85 as well, if you would like a copy send me a pm.

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I have returned to working on Preserved Tanks in Canada:

Preserved Tanks in Canada

- the current tally is 6 location and 37 tanks, so I'll be working to improve that. I'm starting with Oshawa.


- BruceClark
Nice work Trevor!
And nice links to photos. Happened to be on Base last weekend and noticed that a number of things had changed in the 4 months since I was there last.

That Ram 1 has been moved from Worthington Park- hopefully inside but the museum was closed so unable to confirm. The M48/60 that was by the tennis courts has also been relocated to the corner of Dieppe and Alamein.


Thanks Bruce - entries updated:

Location ID 8000: Canadian Forces Base, Borden

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Trevor,
I'm afraid that is another Mr. Clark- he is a very talented photographer who got some great shots when the base was "in transition". (To avoid paying taxes, the base commander had a number of the old WWII barracks and hangars knocked down with the result that a number of vehicles that had finally moved under cover within the last few years were now outside again. The cutaway ex DDR T55 probably suffered most...

The new building opened the next year and things were once again uner cover.)
Bruce


If I'm not mistaken that's the cutaway training vehicle? I believe you sent me some pictures of that in better days quite a few years ago, which I still have. Presumably, you have those residing on your hard drive as well. It looked great back then, pity it being subjected to "hard times".
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First tanks added, in the external display area:

Unique ID 2435: M551 Sheridan, Oshawa


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(I'm having to split one photo per post otherwise the pictures don't show.)

Unique ID 2448: M4A2 (76) HVSS, Oshawa

[img]http://preservedtanks.com/Albums/American/1364-M4A2%20%2876%29%20HVSS%20Sherman/P1030201_M4A2-76_Oshawa_TLarkum_c.jpg[/img]

(this one won't show anyway, probably becasue of the brackets in the URL - so you'll need to click on the link to see the pictures)

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Unique ID 2449: Centurion, Oshawa


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Next, the external storage area:

Unique ID 2450: M60A3 2918A, Oshawa


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Unique ID 2451: M60A3 2922A, Oshawa


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Unique ID 2452: Centurion, Oshawa



Next I'll add the photos Bruce sent me last year.

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Bruce, your photos are now added. You can access them through your contributor page:

Contributor ID 146: Bruce Clark

- let me know if you want to add any photos, information or other text.


Clicking on either of the links at the bottom will take you here:

Oshawa Museum - Bruce Clark photos only

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I have added historical pictures of the vehicles from the museum itself (many of which are on Wikimedia), and added two more vehicles on loan from private collectors. I've also added information on the vehicles's trips out (e.g. their use in movies) from the regiment's newsletters. Finally I've added photos from Alf Adams' collection.

Alf, you can check on my use of your photos as usual via the links at the bottom of your contibutor page:

Contributor ID 98: Alf Adams

Oshawa Museum - Alf Adams photos only


The bottom line is I believe Oshawa is now fully covered, and invite any corrections or omissions:

Location ID 8200: Ontario Regiment RCAC Regimental Museum, Oshawa, Ontario

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 17, 2014 11:12 am
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Nice work Trevor!
Thanks for adding that info- looks good.

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Hi Trevor, thanks for the note. I'm glad to see that some of my photos are of use to your project. Your work is much appreciated. I'm sure that I am not the only one who sees your site as an extremely valuable research and reference tool. I often find myself checking with it for info on specific AFVs, especially when traveling. As always please feel free to use any of the AFV photos on my Photobucket account. I continue to add to the account as time permits. Photobucket seems to have recently increased the amount of free storage offered, so I am going through more photos and adding to it.

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Thanks guys, your kind words are appreciated.

Meanwhile I'm pressing on:

Location ID 8250: LCol George Taylor Denison III Armoury, Toronto



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