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    Churchill bridgelayers stacking to span a ditch - GIF

    Churchill Ark Mk II bridgelayer tanks stacking to span a ditch.




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    what is the thing which "flops" forward when the last tank goes over - the thing on the front of the third tank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by desbromilow View Post
    what is the thing which "flops" forward when the last tank goes over - the thing on the front of the third tank?
    Its a cradle for carrying a fascine.
    http://worldwar2headquarters.com/HTM...hill-avre.html
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    Cool thanks - I am used to seeing fascine stowage on the back, but that model is harder to tell front from back, so I never even considered it.
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