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    The well known former range wreck Churchill tank that was buried, then unearthed, since lain abandoned covered in undergrowth for years up on the South Downs has now been recovered by two Foden wreckers, ..it is apparently going to a museum to be put on display, don't know where yet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Oja9nopz48&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR33go42sktDkoqJLfYgDt5rE2d857ftHTeUU3cmAmS7RWsc9x-Q8e3xo4o Info below about the history of this Churchill tank https://www.tracesofwar.com/sights/77185/Remains-Churchill-MK2-Tank.htm
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    This is possibly the best site for keeping track of where tanks are http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_Panzers.html
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    It is on it's way to a French museum so it would seem. As it was a target for training for Dunkirk (not D-Day) it is being incorporated into a display of that period.
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    I very much agree , at least it was 'real' living history , removal just makes the countryside less WW2 and more boring , all too green..
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    What dreadful music at the start of the video. My opinion is that it should have remained where it was. What museum has it gone to ? It is very unlikely that this Churchill will be restored to static never mind running condition. Been there with one much better than this riddled corps.....
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