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Tank on a pedestal
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 2:50 pm
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Geez!!

NOW THAT is what I call 'super-elevation'.

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that makes the tank cleaning/maintenance/repainting much much easier !!

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- Dontos
Geez!!

NOW THAT is what I call 'super-elevation'.

Don
LOL!

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"Please do not climb on the exhibits."
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The Tank Commander pondered his latest position, remembering how his Platoon Commander berated his past failure to properly cover his flanking elements advance.

Confidently he muttered to himself...."I now have the best 'OVERWATCH POSITION' in all of Mother Russia!!"

"Alpha SET,......Bravo MOVE !!!"

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 7:34 pm
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Here's what the place looks like today. Shenyang (China) Railway Station in the background, in case you guys want to go get some pics. Wink





JoeD, if you decide to accept this mission, be sure to pack an extension for the camera pole! Shocked
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 8:18 pm
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I love all those "monuments" like that.
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Like the ship in the bottle Shocked , just how did they get it up there Laughing
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I don't think it's a real one, the scale looks wrong.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2009 10:17 am
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It looks out of proportion to me too, Rikard. I've been looking for pictures of T-34-85s in similar angle to compare.

This%20one%20caught%20my%20eye,%20and%20I%20thought%20you%20guys%20might%20find%20it%20interesting.%20%20A%20T-34-85%20that%20had%20the%20bridge%20blown%20out%20from%20under%20it%20by%20a%20fighter%20jet.%20%20Suwon%20Korea
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2009 10:37 am
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Dennis

That 2nd photo is reversed. Seems to me I've seen it before (somewhere).

As for the statue, it looks to be a statue. The hull angles are abit out of whack and the turret is out of proportion. Also it doesn't show 'weathering' of a steel structure.

I'm guessing some sort of concrete or carved rock sculpture.

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So who's going to go up there and check for a serial number?

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