Here’s my promo-esque video from the Militracks event at the Overloon War Museum, Netherlands that I had the pleasure to attend!
I am quite impressed with how much Overloon has grown in a few years and it brings me tremendous happiness that these days tank museums are communicating much better than they use to and lending armour to each other’s shows!
On a personal level, it was lovely to finally meet some of you in person but also so many vehicle owners, historians and fellow content creators!
For those who didn’t come this year but are tempted to, I am letting you know in more advance that I am most definitely attending next year and I sincerely hope to see you there!
Have a great day!
Related article of importance:
The second episode of what’s going on with the preservation program. Enjoy.
Bovingtons infomershall for the first Tiger day
One final look back on Bovington Tank Museums Matilda Mk. II restoration. Three years of work to get the old girl up and running, and the lads at Bovington did an amazing job:
Ed Francis has donated his entire pricy collection of tank games to The Tank Museum which prompted the museum’s desire to create an exposition surrounding objects that have helped to impact generations:
If you have any Tank games or any other important tank related objects that could possibly enrich this collection, please do consider donating them to the museum which will take good care of it.
You can contact The Tank Museum archive peeps at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Have a nice day!
Well Bovington are starting the promotion early:- See the best display of historic moving armour in the world, 29 June – 1 July, at The Tank Museum, Bovington. Hospitality and standard tickets are on sale NOW! http://tankmuseum.org/whats-on/events…
The Tank Museum with Chris Barrie
Red Dwarf star and military vehicle enthusiast, Chris Barrie came down to The Tank Museum to have a drive in David Willey’s Dingo armoured car, ready for his part in the TANKFEST 2018 display.
The American Heritage Museum
The core of which is the old MVTF or the Littlefield Collection, now under the care of the Collings Foundation. Can be visited this weekend. (Oct 6-7). Enjoy.
Some more thoughts and arena footage from Tankfest. Enjoy.
Tankfest Thoughts 2018 Part 1
I met the Chieftain at Tankfest and yes he is that tall and skinny. Enjoy.