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PANZER FARM, CHRCYNNO, NOWODWORSKI, MAZOWIECKIE, POLAND



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Location Category ID:
16035
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Telephone:
Email: info [at] panzer-farm.pl (Replace [at] with @)
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Official Website: Panzer Farm
Old Timer Militaris
Other Links: Open Caching
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Latitude, Longitude: 52.57446563 , 20.83833932
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: Long term:
1: C2P Gun Tractor - Rudnicki Collection, Śródmieście, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland (May 2010)

Short term:
1: Sturmgeschütz IV Assault Gun - Muzeum Broni Pancernej, Centrum Szkolenia Wojsk Lądowych, Poznań, Wielkopolskie, Poland (Old Timer Militaris May 2010)
2: TK-3 Tankette - Rudnicki Collection, Śródmieście, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland (ca2010)


The Panzer Farm is located at Chrcynno, near Nasielsk, in a former rocket artillery base. It extends to 25 hectares of mostly forest and wilderness and was purchased by the Kęszyccy brothers to house their Muzeum Zabytków Techniki Wojskowej. As well as housing vehicles and other military equipment, it is used as the site for hosting the biennial ‘Old Timer Militaris’ military vehicle enthusiast event.

Panzer Farm



Location ID:
16035
Latitude, Longitude:52.57446563, 20.83833932
Location Accuracy:7



1) Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer German / Czech / Swiss


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Unique ID: 2276
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2) M3 Stuart Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 2269
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Other Identification: “7754” painted on right turret side. Fitted with rubber block track.

This Stuart is in running order. It was purchased from abroad in 2010 (source: Old Timer); it was acquired from Loxton, South Africa. It took part in the Muzeum Broni Pancernej Children’s Day event on 4 June 2011 (source: Muzeum Broni Pancernej). It has a metal plate and tube in place of its mantlet and main gun.


3) M4A1 (76) Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 2270
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Registration: R74900? (South African): “R74900”? previously painted on transmission cover.
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Other Identification: “[ 387]”? cast into lower mantlet.

This Sherman is in running order. It was purchased from abroad in 2010 (source: Old Timer); it was acquired from Loxton, South Africa. There its gun had been demilitarised by having a hole cut into the barrel by oxyacetylene torch. It is unusual in apparently being in a Second World War configuration, not showing signs of the 1950s Mutual Defense Assistance Program (MDAP) updates such as the fitting of a muzzle brake, mantlet cover and infantry telephone (source: P.-O. Buan/Shadock.fr).


4) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Polish


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Unique ID: 2271
Serial Number: 203 (turret): “203” cast into left rear turret side.
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Other Identification: “102” and Polish Eagle painted on turret sides. “RUDY” painted on hull sides.

This T-34 is of Polish manufacture; it is in running order.


5) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 2273
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This T-34 is in running order.


6) T-55AM Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 2275
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Other Identification: “70 81” painted on turret sides. Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This T-55 is in running order.


7) WZT-1 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Soviet / Polish


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Unique ID: 2268
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Registration: UBS 4920?: “UBS 4920” or similar embossed on plate on nose.
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This WZT is in poor condition. It was previously at the Muzeum Zabytków Techniki Wojskowej storage location.


8) A34 Comet Tank British


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Unique ID: 2272
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Other Identification: “440S” previously painted on left turret side.

This Comet is in running order. It was purchased from abroad in 2010 (source: Old Timer); it was acquired from Loxton, South Africa. There its gun had been demilitarised by having a hole cut into the barrel by oxyacetylene torch.


9) Panzer 68/88 Tank Swiss


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Unique ID: 2274
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Registration: M78079: “78079” painted on nose and left rear mud flap.
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Other Identification: White diamond insignia painted on turret sides. White square painted on lower glacis. Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This Panzer 68 was seen at the Muzeum Wojska Polskiego in Spring 2006 (source: M. Foti/Surviving Pz68). It is in running order.