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Michel Verschuere said on December 16, 2018
Great pictures to start the Sunday, Rob! Thanks for posting.
Paul Nash said on December 16, 2018
Always a great and interesting selection Rob. Attached is one for your collection if you haven’t seen it before. Paul
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Rob Pollock said on December 16, 2018
Great enamelled sign, but editors would probably say not in keeping with ethos of iM. 😉
Allan J Withers said on December 16, 2018
I’d better not say what i’m thinking !!
Jeff Bailey said on December 16, 2018
Fixing track in the mud! (pic #1) Been there; done that; don’t want the memories. (And that mud looks pretty “tame” compared to what seems like USUALLY happens! LoL!) The “enlistment” posters are very interesting, as well.
A fine group of photos, Rob!
Julian Shawyer said on December 16, 2018
Great selection of posters.
neil foster said on December 16, 2018
She could service my Wil….Err no better not, great set as usual Rob.
david leigh-smith said on December 16, 2018
Tom Bebout said on December 16, 2018
Nice group Rob, especially like the pics from the Battle of the Bulge.
Pedro L. Rocha said on December 16, 2018
One of the best selection you put up lately Rob! There are a few I haven’t seen before and one that is really odd…that hellcat engine/front sticked to someone’s yard wall.
Also a question for the armour people out there: that first Tiger photo (the one stucked on the river bank)…isn’t that one of the earlier made Tigers with African filters? The scene doesn’t look much like Tunisia but then again…
Robert Paschall said on December 16, 2018
#8 Clearly the first attempt at a lakester failed…
Neil Scarbro said on March 10, 2019
Oh , the joys of track bashing ! I do so miss it ……not !
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