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ANCASTER KART RACING, ANCASTER, LINCOLNSHIRE, EAST MIDLANDS, BRITAIN



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Location Category ID:
3550
Address: Wood Lodge, Ancaster, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 3PY
Telephone: 01400 230306
Email:
Opening Times:
Official Website: Ancaster Karting
Other Links: Google Street View
Latitude, Longitude: 52.97201672 , -0.54255992
Location Accuracy: 7
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Ancaster Karting and Paintball is a family run business first established in November 1991 with the creation of a 300 metre track using twelve 160cc swift karts. The business has progressed with the completion of a new building, which boasts a 6 lane bowling alley, amusements, cafe, bar, briefing room and reception, and a full size podium. In 1985 Paintball was introduced and over the last 20 years the venue has developed into one of the leading venues in the UK.


1) FV4201 Chieftain Tank British


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Unique ID: 1892
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Other Identification: “FV469551” cast into glacis and “12” on a white panel painted on lower hull rear (source: Pzkpfw-e). Lower front towing lug painted red. Painted overall in a sand and brown camouflage scheme.

This Chieftain is on display beside the main road past Ancaster Kart Racing; it is presumably there for publicity purposes. It is on Ancaster Heath and has become a landmark by the B6403 High Dike, Ermine Street (source: Geograph). It is a Mark 11 with Stillbrew armour around the turret front.