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ARMED FORCES HISTORY MUSEUM, LARGO, PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA, USA



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Location Category ID:
59300
Address: 2050 34th Way North, Largo, Pinellas County, FL 33771
Telephone: (727) 539-8371
Email: info [at] armedforcesmuseum.com (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: Tuesday through Saturday: 10am to 4pm, Sunday: 12 pm to 4pm
Official Website: Armed Forces Museum
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Latitude, Longitude: 27.898617 , -82.752143
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here:


Museum Building



Location ID:
59300
Latitude, Longitude:27.898591, -82.752172
Location Accuracy:7



1) M5A1 Stuart Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 2635
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Registration: USMC 379248: “U.S.M.C. 379248” painted on aft hull sides.
Name: “Margret” painted on rear right turret side.
Other Identification: White stars painted on hull sides and glacis.


2) M24 Chaffee Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 2636
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Registration: 305979: “USA 305979” painted on forward hull sides.
Name:
Other Identification: White stars painted on turret sides.


3) M4 High Speed Tractor American


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Unique ID: 2637
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Registration: 970396: “USA 970396” painted on rear hull sides.
Name:
Other Identification: White stars painted on rear hull sides.


4) M4 Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 2638
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Registration: 3067568: “USA 3067568” painted on rear hull sides.
Name: “Tally”? painted on forward hull sides.
Other Identification: Identification: White stars painted on rear hull sides and transmission cover.

This Sherman is displayed with mannequins in the commander and driver hatches.
It is an M4 small hatch hull with a T23 turret. On the turret there is an experimental AAI model 108 cupola from a T54/T54E2 turret. The hatch pivots to the side instead of up and back (source: J. Daneri/AFVNDB). The hatches and MG ball mount on the front glacis are not original as though the front had been cut open, perhaps for agricultural use. (Source: P-O Buan/USAHAVFR).


5) M47 Patton Tank American


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Unique ID: 2639
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Name: “Sally” painted on right turret side.
Other Identification: White stars painted on left turret side and glacis.


6) FV433 Abbot Self-Propelled Howitzer British


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Unique ID: 2640
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Registration: FPJ 1138: “FPJ 1138” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: Painted in green and black camouflage.

Museum Car Park



Location ID:
59304
Latitude, Longitude:27.898304, -82.752559
Location Accuracy:7



7) M41 Walker Bulldog Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 2641
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Other Identification: Painted in three colour camouflage.

Seen in workshops in 2011, and visible in car park on Google satellite view 2016.