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Offline smiffy

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Re: World War 1 Tank.
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World War 1 Tank.
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2018, 15:37:19 »
I remember seeing a World War 1 tank, in Rochester Castle garden, near the steps on the Esplanade. Any photos of it around ?
It vanished about the time that scrap metal was collected in 1940/41.
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