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Location Category ID: 17680
Opening Times:
Official Website: Schiessplatz Hinterrhein site
Schiessplatz Hinterrhein PDF
Other Links: Besuchtstag 07 on
Inspektion der Pz und Pz Gren Kp [unreliable link]
Latitude, Longitude: 46.52049984 , 9.16562319
Location Accuracy: 5
Tanks Previously Here:

Back in the fifties and early sixties, the Hinterrhein shooting range was used extensively by the Swiss armed forces. The modern tank shooting range was developed in 1965. It is situated at an altitude of 1640m in an Alpine mountain range, the valley floor of the Hinterrhein river which is just 6km from its source. The valley is surrounded on three sides by steep hillsides, producing an ideal safe range area. The infrastructure was expanded in 1982 and 1983 with additional buildings including mountain accommodation and a workshop building, and again from 1999 with the installation of mechanised target systems and other improvements. Armoured units have priority on the range for firing practice on tanks between April and November. The range is also used for anti-tank unit training, plus infantry weapon firing (including small-arms and mortars).

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Location ID:17680
Latitude, Longitude:46.52049984, 9.16562319
Location Accuracy:5

1) Panzer 55/60 Tank British / Swiss

Number of Photos: 1
Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 1256

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Unique ID: 1256
Serial Number:
Registration: “M78503” painted on nose.
Other Identification: Square white plate attached to nose.

This Swiss Centurion is displayed on a concrete ramp, close to a memorial stone and a group of ceremonial flagpoles.

2) Panzer 68 Tank Swiss

Number of Photos: 5
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Unique ID: 1257
Serial Number:
Other Identification: “006” stencilled in white rectangle on nose and rear hull. Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This tank is missing its track guards and other external parts, and is generally in poor condition.