Author: Rick |
May 23, 2011 |
In: Vehicle, WWII
Actually quite a lot of historic gear just laying around out there. Old Shermans, Panzer IVs, and T-34s just rusting in the fields. A shame, really.
ya where are the rich tycoons that can put those relics in a museum.
#4 #8 #12 #13 #32
that is all
No 13 is not a war bunker. Its bulgarian monument devoted to communists
then I guess the communists in Bulgaria will have the advantage when the zombie uprising happens:o
#9 is Glacier Girl!
One of the coolest airplane stories out there! Google it and see!
YES IT IS! Randomly my family and I were visiting where my grandparents grew up in the Cumberland gap (or near there, I can't be sure) and we saw a little sign that said 'P-38 restoration'. We went in and there it was, Glacier Girl. It was so cool because my dad used to read me the National Geographic article like a bed-time story and there it was, right in front of my eyes! The coolest part of the restoration was the fact that there was still 1940s air in the tires! I'm fairly certain that it is now in flying condition, and it was the only one of the squadron that was recovered. Other P-38s and B-17s were apart but did not survive.
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#24 and #27 would be pretty good forts in case of zombies :p
Otherwise, that was a wonderful gallery:)
#29 = LOST?
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#22… What is it and where? Just wondering…
Its russian buildt structure I can't remember where .http://englishrussia.com/2010/07/21/test-station-of-naval-armament-in-makhachkala/ but you find info. here.hope this helps
Pretty cool gallery, but i think if we had that squadron of B-52's in #17 WWII would have been much shorter
Needs moar resolution. Some of these would be incredible wallpapers.
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Rust in peace.
#29 Part of the Doolittle Raid? I know they lost a couple of planes when fuel ran out.
that was an awesome gallery, thank you.
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would be great if there was some f-n descriptions.
No. 23 is a Type 95 Ha-Go Light Tank…somebody should grab that, not too many of those have been preserved.
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Yeah, I remember seeing this thread on 4chan too
When I made it
Picture #13 isn't accualy a war remnant, but a former Bulgarian Communist Party meating hall in the mountains of Stara Planina in the center of Bulgaria.
Mostly a list of unidentified pictures. One wonders where the underwater tank is, but there's no explanation.
It is nice that there are photographs, which showed interesting remains of war. I like the number 14, 19, 20 and 21 because it captured the things underwater. I wonder if there are museums, which showed interesting things like this.
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