Wednesday, 4 November 2015
A while ago the Evening Chronicle published a gallery of photos from the Tyne & Wear Museum Service relating to Vickers Armstrong, ranging from around 1900 to 1948.
They can be found here and form an interesting addition to the pictures from the two Beamish albums here on the Interwar Tank Development Blog. Not all of course are interwar.
Among the interesting things:
#1 Shervick Tractors - manufactured from cut down British Shermans in 1948 for use in the Ground Nut Scheme;
#6 1931 pattern Vickers-Carden-Loyd amphibious tank swimming in the River Tyne
#19 the handsome armoured cars based on Morris Commercial D chassis which were sold to Siam
#8 the rather bizarre man cages
#7 Carden Loyd Mk VIs
Posted by Vintage Wargaming at 17:01