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About PreservedTanks.com   
PreservedTanks.com has been created by Trevor Larkum of Armour Archive to provide information on preserved tanks around the world. It was initially built using the content from existing Armour Archive publications, including Preserved German Tanks 1: A7V to Panzer IV, Preserved German Tanks 2: Panzer V Panther to Leopard 2, Preserved Tanks in France, Preserved Tanks in Russia, and so on (these publications are available as paperback books from Armour Archive).

The first books to be put online were Preserved German Tanks Volumes 1 and 2 (see the links at the top). Then the first chapters of Preserved Tanks in Russia (covering the Kubinka and Moscow collections) and Preserved Tanks in France (covering Normandy and the Saumur armour museum) were added.

The site went online 8 June 2008. Since then a large number of tanks and collections have been added covering many countries of the world, including UK, USA, Canada, Netherlands, Brazil, Italy, and so on. This work is planned to continue until all preserved tanks (i.e. those no longer in military service) have been recorded.




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 Sunday, August 10, 2014


Long Term Catch-up 2   
Continuing my catch-up of past developments, in 2012 I also wrote up the Dutch Cavalry Museum at Amersfoort in the Netherlands, and the Danbury collection in Connecticut, USA.


Dutch Cavalry Museum, Amersfoort






Military Museum of Southern New England, Danbury




In 2013 the write-ups for Borden, Canada, and Aldershot, UK, were completed - work on other 2013 projects (particularly in Canada and the Netherlands) continues in 2014 and will be covered in future posts.


Canadian Forces Base, Borden





Aldershot Military Museum




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