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BASE BORDEN MILITARY MUSEUM, CANADIAN FORCES BASE BORDEN, BORDEN, ONTARIO, CANADA



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Location Category ID:
8000
Address: 27 Ram Street, Borden, L0M 1C0 (Physical)
P.O. Box 1000, Station Main, Borden, L0M 1C0 (Postal)
Telephone: 705-423 3531
Email: beaton.sl [at] forces.gc.ca (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: 0900-1200 and 1300-1500 weekdays, 1300 to 1600 weekends. Closed Mondays or the day following a long weekend, Christmas week and Easter. Free admission.
Official Website: Base Borden Military Museum
Other Links: The Star: Borden
Mrclark Gallery
GRB_Ott Gallery
YouTube
Wikipedia: Borden Museum
Canadian Encylopedia: Worthington
Wikipedia: Worthington
Latitude, Longitude: 44.28932918 , -79.89395141
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: 1: Panther Tank - Canadian War Museum, LeBreton Flats, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (Until 2005)
2: M1917 Six-Ton Light Tank - Canadian War Museum, LeBreton Flats, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (Training 1940 – ca 1943)


The Base Borden Military Museum is one of Canada’s largest military museums. The Museum holds a significant collection of WWI, WWII and post-war armoured vehicles, trucks, and aircraft. The Museum tells the story of Camp Borden and the various Schools, Corps and Branches that have their heritage vested at Base Borden. The museum complex consists of several buildings and a memorial park. The main Museum building, on the corner of Dieppe and Waterloo Roads, is a renovated WWII Armoured Corps’ Officers’ Mess. This building details the history of Borden. Major General Worthington Memorial Park, commonly referred to as “Tank Park”, contains some armoured vehicles and artillery pieces from Canada, United States and England, as well as other countries from around the world. These date from WWI to modern Soviet armoured vehicles. Major General Worthington Park, named for the Father of the Armoured Corps is consecrated ground containing two graves and four cenotaphs. It is a quiet area of reflection with benches provided for visitor comfort. (Source: Borden.forces.gc.ca).
Frederic Franklin “Worthy” Worthington was an army officer, engineer, and adventurer. He was born at Peterhead, Scotland, on 14 Sep 1889. Orphaned at 11, he became the ward of a half-brother (later murdered by Villista irregulars) in Mexico, later going to sea and, as a “sailor of fortune”, briefly commanding the tiny Nicaraguan navy in 1907. His earlier life in Mexico led him to sympathize with the ideals of Francisco Madero, for whose cause he fought during the revolution. At the start of WWI, he joined the Canadian Motor Machine Gun Brigade and was promoted to battery commander in France. He was awarded the Military Medal for actions near Vimy Ridge, on 6 January 1917, for holding his position during a German advance. He was later known to say that until Vimy Ridge he really never felt Canadian, but after Vimy Ridge never felt he was anything but a Canadian. He joined the peacetime Permanent Force of the Armed Forces, developing his doctrine of firepower plus mobility. In WWII, Maj-Gen Worthington founded the Canadian Armoured Corps. Later he was selected to organize, command and take overseas both the 1st Army Tank Brigade and the 4th Canadian Armoured Division. In 1944, he returned to command Camp Borden, training replacements for the Armoured Corps and the Infantry, as well as the Royal Army Service Corps and the Canadian Provost Corps. Resigning his commission in 1947, he was appointed the first civil defence co-ordinator, a position which he held until 1957, stepping down to enter the business community. After Worthington’s death in Ottawa on 8 December 1967 he was buried at Canadian Forces Base Borden according to his wishes. His wife was eventually buried beside him. (Source: Canadian Encylopedia, Wikipedia, Borden.forces.gc.ca).
The Borden military museum was established in the 1990s. In June 2007 a new main building for the museum complex was opened. It has a large hangar for the display of historic military vehicles; unfortunately the interior lighting is dark with a green hue, making photography difficult. The museum has a gift shop that is open during regular weekday hours only.

Major General Worthington Memorial Park

Most of the tanks in the Borden collection are displayed around Worthington Park, beside the museum. A sign at the entrance reads:

WELCOME TO
MAJOR GENERAL
WORTHINGTON
MEMORIAL PARK

THIS AREA CONTAINS GRAVES,
SPREAD ASHES SITES,
CENOTAPHS AND MEMORIALS.
IT IS CONSECRATED GROUND
PLEASE ACT ACCORDINGLY

FOR THE MILITARY THIS IS AN
ATTENTION AREA

At the centre of the park is a war memorial consisting of a stone obelisk and a flagpole flanked by two Stuart tanks. Below it on a grass slope is written in stone “WORTHINGTON PARK”. On it there is an RCAC symbol, a small plaque that reads “KOREA 1950 – 1953” and a large plaque that reads:

DEDICATED TO
THE PROUD MEMORY OF ALL
THE ROYAL CANADIAN ARMOURED CORPS
PERSONNEL WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
FOR CANADA
AND THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM
IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR
1939 – 1945

The Park also contains the grave site of Major General F.F. Worthington, a Royal Canadian Regiment Korea memorial, and a recent memorial to post-war RCAC members (including casualties on UN and ISAF operations).

Location ID:
8002
Latitude, Longitude:44.2872018, -79.89141404
Location Accuracy:7



1) Flakpanzer IV Wirbelwind Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun German


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20
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Unique ID: 210
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “19 35437 3507”, “H17 98”, “06998”? and “98” stamped into left transmission cover. “1659 ?7495 54 9 ?9 W8 105”? stamped into left turret side.


2) Hetzer Tank Destroyer German / Czech


Number of Photos:
16
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Unique ID: 247
Serial Number: 321: “75     321 042/75/12” stamped into lower glacis.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:


3) M5A1 Stuart Light Tank American


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10
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Unique ID: 2408
Serial Number: ?78912: “?78912”? stamped into rear tow lugs.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “8 C105820 KS-G1031” and “8 D59745 KS-G1354 HF1797” stamped into centre glacis. “C-105607/ SG-G868”stamped into lower glacis. “D-58359 BB-J-173-2” stamped into hull rear. “(E)5047 (M) B036” cast into transmission cover.

This Stuart has a bracket welded to the hull top to support the gun.


4) M5A1 Stuart Light Tank American


Number of Photos:
15
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Unique ID: 2409
Serial Number: 3894: “SERIAL NO 3894” stamped into right glacis.
“?3312” stamped into rear tow lugs.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “8 C105820 KS-G1307 HF1146” and “8 D59745 SG-G806” stamped into centre glacis. “HF C-105607 BB-J5468”stamped into lower glacis. “L-58360 M C Y-32-1” stamped into right superstructure side. “D 58362 U G515 5” stamped into rear right superstructure side. “D58359 BB-G727” stamped into hull rear. “D58365 SG-G712” stamped into upper hull rear.

This Stuart has a bracket welded to the hull top to support the gun.


5) M4A1 Sherman Grizzly Tank American / Canadian


Number of Photos:
15
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Unique ID: 2411
Serial Number: 13 (shop number, source: A. Adams).
173?: “1 73”? stamped into top of centre transmission cover.
1282 (left transmission cover): “1282” cast into left transmission cover.
1595 (right transmission cover): “1595” cast into right transmission cover.
Registration:
Name: “AMY” painted on turret sides.
Other Identification: “1055” stamped into left and right transmission covers. “E1231 OSF” cast into left transmission cover. “E4151 OSF” cast into right transmission cover. “D68454” cast into mantlet. “B2087” cast into gun clamp bracket.

This Grizzly is fitted with a rear turret stowage box and cradle, and has a plaque or label fixed on the centre transmission cover.


6) M4A4 Sherman Crab Mark II Mine Flail American / British


Number of Photos:
15
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Unique ID: 2412
Serial Number: 5072: “5072” stamped into front and rear tow lugs.
Registration:
Name: “HOWARD” painted on turret sides.
Other Identification: “D50993 Lo [C]” and “A56?” cast into left transmission cover. “E4151 [G]” and “A78” cast into right transmission cover.


7) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Polish


Number of Photos:
13
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Unique ID: 2418
Serial Number: 12156447: “12156447” stamped into lower glacis.
281 (turret): “281” cast into rear left turret side.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Grid marking stamped into lower glacis. Painted overall in a green and black camouflage scheme.

This T-34 appears to be of Polish manufacture.


8) A41 Centurion Tank British


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14
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Unique ID: 2414
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This Centurion has a plaque attached to its glacis that reads:

CENTURION MK 5
CANADIAN MAIN BATTLE TANK FROM 1952 –
CREW 4 – GUN 20 PDR – ENGINE 640 HP ROLLS ROYCE – WEIGHT 54 TONS – BRITISH MADE

––––––––––

THIS TANK WAS PLACED IN WORTHINGTON PARK TO MARK THE DEPARTURE OF
THE COMBAT ARMS SCHOOL
FROM CFB BORDEN TO CFB CAGETOWN
23 AUGUST 1970

––––––––––

CE CHAR BLINDE FUT PLACE DANS LE PARC WORTHINGTON PURE MARQUER LE DEPART DE
L’ECOLE DES ARMES DE COMBAT
DE LA BFC BORDEN A LA BFC CAGETOWN
23 AOÛT 1970


9) FV4006 Centurion Armoured Recovery Vehicle British


Number of Photos:
13
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Unique ID: 2415
Serial Number: 18: “NO 18” stamped into lower left glacis.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “FV260257” and “FV260258” stamped into left side stowage boxes.


10) A22 Churchill Tank British


Number of Photos:
14
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Unique ID: 2416
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name: “MACDONALD” painted on turret sides.
Other Identification: “BI402”?, “7772”? and “?07”? stamped into hull rear.

Museum Display Area



Location ID:
8004
Latitude, Longitude:44.28604783, -79.89293217
Location Accuracy:8



11) Leopard C1 Tank German


Number of Photos:
18
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Unique ID: 2407
Serial Number: 15092: “15092” stamped into lower right glacis.
Registration:
Name: “MILNER” painted on turret sides.
Other Identification:


12) M4A2 (76) HVSS Sherman Tank American


Number of Photos:
19
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Unique ID: 2410
Serial Number: 64985: “64985” stamped into rear tow lugs. “S64985” stamped into left and right of transmission cover
Registration:
Name: “BELL” painted on turret sides.
Other Identification: “M4A2 SHERMAN...” label fixed to glacis. “16620” stamped into right of transmission cover. “W2103” stamped into forward left hull side. “7?647A SJ204211 465 27” stamped into forward right hull side. General Steel emblem cast into turret rear.


13) A41 Centurion Tank British


Number of Photos:
12
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Unique ID: 2413
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name: “FOX” painted on turret sides.
Other Identification: “?796T ?SC” cast into left turret side. “512226” cast into mantlet.

This Centurion is missing its smoke grenade dischargers.

Museum Building



Location ID:
8006
Latitude, Longitude:44.28635121, -79.89260762
Location Accuracy:7



14) T-55 Trainer Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
15
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Unique ID: 2419
Serial Number: MHY 01 TKD: “MHY01TKD 89” stamped into centre glacis.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Indistinct markings stamped into armour plate on glacis.

The label for this T-55 reads “EAST GERMAN T-55  1989  Built in Czechoslovakia, this cutaway model was used by the East German Army for training of crews & mechanics. It is the final model, with updated armour, armament, & technical devices.”


15) Mark VIC Light Tank British


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7
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Unique ID: 2420
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This tank was previously on display outside in Worthington Park.


16) Medium Mark A Whippet Tank British


Number of Photos:
11
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Unique ID: 2421
Serial Number:
Registration: A371: “A371” painted on both sides of barbette.
Name:
Other Identification: “WHIPPET MKA...” label fixed to nose. Red/white/red stripes painted on nose and forward ends of suspension frames.

This Whippet shows signs of projectile damage on the front left and rear right of the barbette.


17) A12 Matilda II Tank British


Number of Photos:
8
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Unique ID: 2422
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “BRITISH MATILDA...” label fixed to glacis. “G678 B HS” cast into left engine compartment side. “EE4” stamped into left engine compartment side. “MAXDUR E4”? cast into driver’s vision flap.

This Matilda shows signs of projectile hits on both sides of the turret.


18) Valentine Tank British


Number of Photos:
8
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Unique ID: 2423
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This Valentine appears to be a Mark II of British construction. It was previously on display outside in Worthington Park.


19) Carro Armato M13/40 Tank Italian


Number of Photos:
12
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Unique ID: 2427
Serial Number: 1002: “001002” stamped into front tow lug.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “253 01703 50732” stamped into nose. “1370 01445” stamped into hull.

This tank was previously on display outside in Worthington Park.


20) M1917 Six-Ton Light Tank French / American


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5
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Unique ID: 2424
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “CAFV TC” painted on superstructure sides. Fir tree emblem painted on left turret side. Red/yellow square painted on right turret side. “AMSCO” cast into track links.

This M1917 is displayed with its driver’s doors open to display the interior.


21) Ram Tank Canadian


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 2425
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “RAM...” label fixed to glacis. “2279” and “LH (E)1231Y” cast into left transmission cover. “335” and “E4151 OSF” cast into right transmission cover.

This tank was previously on display outside in Worthington Park. It is a late production example of the Mark II (with MG cupola and sponson doors eliminated).


22) Sexton Self-Propelled Gun Canadian


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 2426
Serial Number:
Registration: 172355: “CA172355” painted on superstructure sides.
Name:
Other Identification: “B1” on blue/red square painted on superstructure sides. Canadian maple leaf marking painted on front left mud flap and left rear hull. Unit insignia painted on front right mud flap and right rear hull. White stars painted on superstructure sides.

This Sexton has the markings of First Gun, Baker Troop, 1st Artillery Division.

Museum Storage



Location ID:
8008
Latitude, Longitude:0, 0
Location Accuracy:0



23) Ram Tank Canadian


Number of Photos:
18
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Unique ID: 2417
Serial Number: 167 (shop number, source: A. Adams).
1168: “3 1168” stamped into upper right glacis.
Registration:
Name: “GUTKNECHT” painted on turret sides.
Other Identification: “RAM...” label fixed to glacis. “271” stamped into left transmission cover. “264 221A” stamped into right transmission cover. “A1100” and “E1231 [G]1” cast into left transmission cover. “RH E1230S” cast into right transmission cover. “D2038-1 [D]” cast into side doors. “201” cast into right door. “12” cast into left door. “163” cast into MG cupola.

This Ram is an early production example of the Mark II (with MG cupola and sponson doors). It had been displayed in Worthington Park but was missing in March 2013 (source: B. Clark/AFVNDB).

Caen Circle

A tank and an aircraft are displayed on a roundabout just south-east of the Museum and Worthington Park.

Location ID:
8010
Latitude, Longitude:44.28497641, -79.89110291
Location Accuracy:10



24) M4A2 Sherman CIRD Mineroller American / Canadian


Number of Photos:
18
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Unique ID: 2428
Serial Number: 217: “217” stamped into hull rear. Or
72: “2-072” stamped into top left of transmission cover.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “M4A2 SHERMAN...” label fixed to glacis. “8” in blue triangle painted on turret sides. “A227553” stamped into bracket on hull rear. “36Y178” cast into left side and “24Y118” cast into right side of turret ring armour. Red-white-red marking painted on forward hull sides. Canadian Army and unit insignia painted on glacis and hull rear. White stars painted on hull sides.

This M4A2 has a bracket welded to the hull top to support the gun. It is fitted with rubber block track. It has distinctive armour plates on the hull sides that indicate that at one time it was fitted for the mounting of Canadian Indestructible Roller Device mine rollers. It has a large hitch welded to the transmission cover (source: Sherman Register).

Supply Training Group HQ

This location is at the intersection of Cambrai Road and El Alamein Road, opposite the headquarters building of the Canadian Forces Supply Training Group.

Location ID:
8014
Latitude, Longitude:44.28927542, -79.89674091
Location Accuracy:10



25) M24 Chaffee Light Tank American


Number of Photos:
31
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Unique ID: 2430
Serial Number: 400: “SERIAL NO 400” stamped into lower right glacis.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “T408” stamped into forward left hull side. “S6175611 36811” stamped into bow MG mount. “D60542” stamped into top of glacis. “GSG1756-1 36811” stamped into top of glacis and hull. “56615 GSG1855-1 40231”? stamped into hull rear. “D76169 8061750-1” stamped into left turret side. Other numbers stamped into hatch surrounds and idler mounts, and cast into engine decks.

CANEX

This location is at the intersection of Dieppe Road and El Alamein Road.

Location ID:
8016
Latitude, Longitude:44.29069428, -79.89149853
Location Accuracy:10



26) M60A3 Tank American


Number of Photos:
20
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Unique ID: 2429
Serial Number: 2938A, previously 3180: “2938A” stamped into front left tow lug and left engine deck side, “3180” stamped into rear tow lugs.
Registration: JJ04YP: “JJ04YP” stamped into lower left glacis.
Name:
Other Identification: “201” stamped into upper left glacis. “59346” stamped into left upper engine deck side (with “5934” crossed out). Various numbers cast and stamped into engine doors, hull rear and underside, and sprocket mounts.

The numbers stamped into the left side of the upper engine deck indicate that it was swapped from another M60 (serial number 5934).
This tank was seen displayed at the intersection of Waterloo Road West and Ortona Road in 2008. In March 2013 it had been relocated from the tennis courts to the corner of Dieppe and Alamein (source: B. Clark/AFVNDB).


27) T-72 Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
27
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Unique ID: 2431
Serial Number: G08WT3202: “G 08WT 3202 90” stamped into lower glacis and into a small plate fixed to lower glacis.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Grid marking stamped into lower glacis. Painted overall in a green and black camouflage scheme.

This T-72 is displayed on a concrete pad on the grass near the Canadian Forces Exchange System (CANEX). It is equipped with a self-entrenching blade.
It was built in August 1977 at Nizhny Tagil (source: L. Delsing/AFVNDB). It was one of a few ex-DDR T-72s that came to Canada in the mid-1990s; when they arrived they came painted in Khaki Brown and some had vehicle kit still inside (source: recceboy/AFVNDB). It has a brass plate that says it is an East German T-72; it has since been painted in gloss green and is missing the tow rope and canvas mantlet cover as well as other small components (source: B. Clark/AFVNDB).

Dieppe Road



Location ID:
8018
Latitude, Longitude:44.30413713, -79.89234209
Location Accuracy:10



28) T-55A Tank Soviet


Number of Photos:
22
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Unique ID: 2432
Serial Number: MHY A30 ZMS: “MHYA30ZMS” stamped into lower glacis.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “??-55” and unit insignia faintly visible painted on turret sides. Grid marking stamped into lower glacis. Painted overall in a green and black camouflage scheme.

This T-55 is displayed on a concrete pad beside Dieppe Road, near the northern intersection with Tank Road. The ‘Z’ and ‘MS’ characters in its serial number indicate it was built in the month of December and the year 1980 respectively (source: L. Delsing).

Cambrai Road



Location ID:
8020
Latitude, Longitude:44.31342103, -79.88552659
Location Accuracy:10



29) M4A1 Sherman Grizzly Tank American / Canadian


Number of Photos:
21
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Unique ID: 2433
Serial Number: 150?: “150”? stamped into side of centre Transmission Cover (TC).
3316 (mantlet): “3316” stamped into mantlet.
1706 (left TC): “1706” cast into left TC.
2464 (centre TC): “2464” cast into centre TC
1959 (right TC): “1959” cast into right TC.
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “1268” stamped into left and right transmission covers. “E1231 OSF” cast into left transmission cover. “E4151 OSF” cast into right transmission cover. “D68454” cast into mantlet.

This Grizzly is fitted with a rear turret stowage box. It is displayed on a concrete pad beside the road.

RCEME Barracks

The barracks of the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers are located in the south of CFB Borden, between Craftsman Road and School Street, just east of the airfield.

Location ID:
8022
Latitude, Longitude:44.26387233, -79.9109137
Location Accuracy:5



30) M74 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


Number of Photos:
1
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Unique ID: 2434
Serial Number:
Registration: 78-813?: “78-813”? painted on forward right hull side.
Name:
Other Identification: “18” painted on aft right hull side.

This M74 recovery vehicle was seen and photographed at the Canadian Forces School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (CFSEME) at Borden in July 2011 (source: H. Skaarup/Ironsides). It was on display at Borden on Armed Forces Day in 2008/9 and was a runner (source: G. Weidmann/Modern Canadian Vehicles). It was fully restored by RCEME after being brought back from a European country, probably Belgium (source: C. Johnson/G104).

West Grenade Range

The West Grenade Range is located on the south side of the Lisle Road, immediately west of a tributary (UTM Zone 17, E584785 and N4901766). The range contains a bunker and an impact area. The range has been active since approximately 1942. The range currently has a tank hull, an APC (M113) and various cars used for EOD training. (Source: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency).

Location ID:
8024
Latitude, Longitude:44.2639, -79.9375
Location Accuracy:5



31) Ram Tank Canadian


Number of Photos:
1
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Unique ID: 2546
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “42-1-669” apparently painted on left hull side (source: A. Davis/Maple Leaf Up).

This early Ram (with side doors) was seen at the West Grenade Range in about 2004 (source: A. Davis/Maple Leaf Up via SCACT). It is little more than a shell, missing its turret, engine, tracks, and many other components.