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KIRKCUDBRIGHT TRAINING AREA, STEWARTRY, DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY, SCOTLAND, BRITAIN



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Latitude, Longitude: 54.79019486 , -4.00571823
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Tanks Previously Here: 1: FV4401 Contentious Tank Destroyer - The Tank Museum - Public Areas, Bovington, Dorset, South West England, Britain (October 1964)


Like many other remote areas during World War II, a 4,700 acres (19 kmĀ²) area to the south east of Kirkcudbright and extending to the coast of the Solway Firth, was acquired by the Army in 1942, as a training area for the D Day invasion. Part of the training area is the Dundrennan Range, a weapons development and testing range. (Source: Wikipedia).


1) A39 Tortoise Tank British


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This Tortoise is a rusty wreck, missing its gun and many other components.