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heres an interesting one for you (german tank)

Article about: i was looking around on the internet the other day and found this picture of a german tank under a bridge in or near poland, what do you think it is and hypothecticly would it be worth recov

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    So sad to see it like that.

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    Indeed, one can only hope that the crew escaped.
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    Images from the Polish link.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Panzer b.jpg   Panzer a.jpg  

    Panzer d.jpg   Panzer f.jpg  

    PANZER G.jpg   Panzer e.jpg  

    Panzer c.jpg  
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    Is the chassis there or is it just the "superstructure"?

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    i looked into the story behind this tank a while back, apparently it was destroyed and in pieces and was pushed into the stream to act as a bit of reinforcement for the road bridge, i even considered going to poland and digging it out but it is well known about and protected. i heard that some guys dug some peices out and took them to the scrap man but the police were called and the parts returned. so although i can't add it to my collection i have no doubt that when the bridge is replaced the tank will be recovered and saved so there's no need to worry about it going to the scrap man.

    eddy

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    very little hope, thus tanks were filled up with cement.

    Don't really know about the crew, but it was drugged there well after the war. Engineers just used it as scrap.

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