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WWII relics dive. Tanks, Jeeps, Trucks.

Article about: hi danger,brilliant pics mate,are you allowed to take anything home with you,thats if you can find anything small enoughpost more pics

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    hi danger,brilliant pics mate,are you allowed to take anything home with you,thats if you can find anything small enoughpost more pics

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    hey rabbitface.
    if it's small enough, you can pocket it.
    I got a few wee treasures from there and a b-17 crash site.
    check out the pics mate.

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    can you post the pics of what you bought back with you,adam

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    Hey Adam.
    Here are the goodies I bought home.
    Go to my profile and click on my started threads to see some more.
    I got 2 coca-cola bottles too. 1944 and 1945.

    danger
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    Off to turkey 2015 for Gallipoli next. Would like to find some goodies.

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    LEt us how , you go in Gallipoli mate, found a Turkish war head in Anzac bay while I was there, my favourite find ever
    But for now I'm going to Hijack your thread mate and add a couple pics of my own from last month when I was up in Santos, god I loved it up there!!

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    Nice one mate!!!
    Looks like you were there at low tide.
    Did you score any goodies?
    I think you stayed in the same hotel as me.
    Little white huts? I have the same pic of that photocopy.
    I'm off to Gallipoli in 2 weeks.
    The Mrs has rubber stamped my spending money... ha ha.
    I will spend a day in Germany on my way there, so I will cross the Rhine and visit Mainz.
    I hope to find a few shells and bullets on Gallipoli.
    Maybe find some more goodies in the Grand baazar?

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    nice.. thanks to share

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    Hey guys,
    Well I'm back from Gallipoli and I have 1000 photos to go through.
    I did find a few things, but in my haste and excitement I picked them up before taking a photo of where they were.
    I spent 3 days crawling and hiking ridges and gulleys.
    Because I was part of a tour I couldn't really go too much off track.
    On the afternoon of ANZAC day I walked up to Lone Pine and then onto Chunuk Bair.
    I can tell you after being awake for 36 hours already and had another 10+ hours to go I was a bit sore.
    On the way up near Baby 700 there is Steeles Post behind Steeles and Courtneys Grave yard.
    I went in there and crawled around.
    Photos to come.....
    Then the next 2 days were split between the top and bottom of Gallipoli.
    1st day was Helles and Lone Pine.
    2nd day ANZAC cove and Chunuk Bair.
    On the second day they wanted to take us up to Chunuk Bair then drive us back to Helles for lunch then back to ANZAC cove.
    That would waste 2 1/2 hours of Gallipoli time.
    This is when I told my tour guide I'm not here for fancy lunches and I will not be going and to leave me here and I will meet you at the beach.
    I didn't travel to the other side of the world to see tourist friendly locations.....I'm here to experience Gallipoli.
    Half the bus felt the same and we took off with the tour historian and walked from Chunuk Bair down past Pink Farm onto Table top and down Outpost 2.
    We walked down the way the Kiwis went up to take Chunuk Bair.
    We even went off track and found a few old turkish fox holes. I had to lead the way out of there, that part is not on any tour.... ha ha.
    We had to crawl and bush wack our way out of there, great memories.
    My favourite part of that walk was going deep into the scrub and prickles on table top.
    A kiwi friend found a button, we were all looking for shells.
    I ended up on a cliff face looking down towards out post 2.
    I looked down and sitting half buried was a 303 shell, I was so happy.
    I picked it up and then poked a stick into the ground in the same place about 5cm deep and another shell popped up.
    If I had more time I would've had a really good dig, but I was last and people were calling my name....They were already halfway down.
    Getting out of there was harder than getting in.
    I gave one of the shells to an Aussie mate who was as desperate as I was to find one.
    Unfortunately I didn't find a bayonet, just way too over grown now.
    But I did get bullet shells, shrapnel, bits and bobs that I will try and post over the next few days.
    I will start a new tread and post the link to this one.

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    Is the collecting of artifacts at Gallipoli frowned upon or prohibited by any chance? Did the tour company mention anything?

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