Centurion Mark 12 Hull with Fv4005 Turret
This British vehicle is a Centurion tank hull fitted with a 183mm L4 gun - the biggest
direct fire gun ever mounted on a tank. It was built after the Second World War to
counter the threat of the . . . — — Map (db m123579) HM
The Challenger I design was originally planned for the Imperial Iranian Army and was due to be named the Shir (Lion) I. With the fall of the Shah (King) in 1979, the vehicle was renamed Challenger and adopted by the British Army to replace . . . — — Map (db m123585) HM
FV603B Armoured Personnel Carrier, Mark 5
The Alvis FV603 Saracen was an armoured personnel carrier and part of the FV600 series of vehicles. It first appeared in 1952 and saw action during the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960).
It was later . . . — — Map (db m123587) HM WM
In Memory of Those Serving in the Household Cavalry Armoured Corps Who Have Died on Operations Since 1945
Take these men as your example.
Like them remember
That prosperity can only be for the free,
Who alone have the courage to defend . . . — — Map (db m123581) WM
M4A1 Medium Tank, Grizzly Mark I
During the Second World War the Canadians built the M4A1 Sherman named 'Grizzly.' It had a few modifications including a Canadian Dry Pin Track (if you look at the tracks there is no rubber used). The Grizzly . . . — — Map (db m123580) HM WM
This exhibit is a fibreglass model used to create the bronze statue that now stands in Whitehall Place, London. The London statue was unveiled by the Royal Tank Regiment's Colonel in Chief, Her Majesty the Queen, on the 13th of June 2000.
The . . . — — Map (db m123583) HM WM
This tank had been restored to the appearance of a Mark I Churchill, belonging to the 14th Canadian Tank Regiment. The Mark I was armed with a 2-pounder high velocity anti-tank gun in the turret and a 3 inch howitzer in the hull. The Churchill . . . — — Map (db m123586) HM WM
Thomas Edward Lawrence; born 16 August 1888, Tremadoc, North Wales - died 19 May 1935, Bovington Camp, Dorset. Known to his mother as Ned but to the rest of the world as Lawrence of Arabia.
The Tank Museum contains a display which gives various . . . — — Map (db m123584) HM WM