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ROYAL ENGINEERS MUSEUM, GILLINGHAM, KENT, SOUTH EAST ENGLAND, BRITAIN



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Location Category ID:
3175
Address: Prince Arthur Road, Gillingham, Kent, ME4 4UG
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Official Website: Royal Engineers Museum
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Latitude, Longitude: 51.39207806 , 0.53786069
Location Accuracy: 7
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Location ID:
3177
Latitude, Longitude:51.39182534, 0.5379787
Location Accuracy:7



1) FV4003 Centurion AVRE 165 Engineer Vehicle British


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Unique ID: 2082
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Registration: 02 BA 33.
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This AVRE was on loan from RE ATDU to the Bovington Tank Museum (source: Bovington Museum Vehicle Record). Put on museum books 1993. Marked ‘GONE’ in museum record on 4 February 2002. It is presumed that this vehicle was on loan from the Royal Engineers at ATDU from 1993 until 2002 and was then returned to ATDU. It is presumed that it is the same Centurion that could be seen in the Google Maps satellite view of Bovington camp in 2009.


2) Churchill Bridgelayer British


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Unique ID: 2115
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Registration: 11 ZV 03: “11 ZV 03” painted on side air intakes and on rear right mud flap.
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This bridgelayer was put on the Bovington museum books in 1965 and marked ‘GONE’ in the Bovington museum record on 5 August 2009.