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SENNYBRIDGE TRAINING AREA (SENTA), MYNYDD EPPYNT, POWYS, WALES, BRITAIN



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Location Category ID:
3830
Address: Mynydd Eppynt, Powys LD2
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Official Website: MOD
Other Links: Wikipedia
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Latitude, Longitude: 52.051944 , -3.558889
Location Accuracy: 7
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Sennybridge Training Area lies just outside the Brecon Beacon National Park to the north west of the county town of Brecon, covering an area of 12,144 hectares of land in Mid Wales within the counties of Powys and Carmarthenshire. Sennybridge is the MOD’s third largest training area and is used 350 days a year. Although used for artillery firing, it has increasingly been used for infantry training since the School of Infantry moved to Brecon.

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Location ID:
3832
Latitude, Longitude:52.03462064, -3.61215233
Location Accuracy:7



1) T-55 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 2167
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This T-55 is in very poor condition; it is missing most of the rubber from its roadwheels and appears to have been gutted by fire. It is half-buried by soil and rubble.


2) T-55 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 2168
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This T-55 is rusty but appears to be largely intact.


3) FV4201 Chieftain Tank British


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Unique ID: 2166
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This Chieftain is in very poor condition; it is missing most of the rubber from its roadwheels and appears to have been gutted by fire.

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Location ID:
3835
Latitude, Longitude:52.051944, -3.558889
Location Accuracy:2



4) M40 Long Tom Gun Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 1602
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Other Identification: “K” painted in white on transmission cover and hull sides. Shows signs of multiple penetrations.

This M40 has suffered from several direct hits (including aircraft cannon) but it still in remarkably good condition. It still has its radial engine. Positioned on a high feature within the impact area on the Sennybridge ranges it is a well-known feature to those who use the ranges. (Source: M. Khan/Range Targets).


5) Valentine Tank British


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Unique ID: 2149
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This Valentine is very badly damaged, missing its turret, most of its suspension and other parts.


6) Valentine Tank British


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Unique ID: 2150
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This Valentine is very badly damaged, missing its turret, most of its suspension and other parts. Its engine bay is empty (source: M. Khan/Range Targets).


7) Valentine Tank British


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Unique ID: 1983
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Registration: T61008: “T61008” painted on right-hand driver’s hatch (source: Range Targets).
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This Valentine is very badly damaged, missing its turret, most of its suspension and other parts.


8) A22 Churchill Tank British


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Unique ID: 2169
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This Churchill is located on a disused anti-tank range. It is identifiable as a Mark V from the turret mantlet aperture. It may have been driven into position as the cover plate over the sprocket centre is intact (towing usually generally requires the disconnection of the final drive spines and hence the removal of his plate). (Source: Churchill Register).