Churchill with what looks like a Panzerjager IV behind it. I think it's a Mark III Churchill.
This might be an upgraded vehicle from and earlier Mark.
The gun might be a 95mm early support howitzer and not a 6 Pdr as the bore and barrel thickness looks large.
A22 Churchill MK III in the Canadian War Museum Ottawa. Equipped with wading equipment, like the ones used at the Dieppe raid, and MKVI VII suspension units. The gun looks a little odd though. I'd say it's probably a fake gun or as Simon pointed out a 95mm howitzer.Next to it is indeed a German Panzerjäger IV.
MK VII suspension... not MKVIVII
I reckon that would be a Churchill Mk III with deep wading kit, as used at Dieppe. Now in Bovington, I suspect.
Churchill tank, not sure which model.Looking at the inventory of Bovington, I suspect I should just guess "Bovington!" for all of these indoor tank pics. :)
That would be a very rash assumption :-)
We'll I've been to 0 tank museums outside of Aberdeen, so if it's not Aberdeen, maybe I should just throw out a guess each time. Are there penalty points for guessing wrong? ;)
Good heavens no! The Tanktober Gods encourage spray and area suppressive fire :-)
It's the Churchill Mk III, probably the NA75 variant which was fitted with the 75mm gun of a destroyed Sherman. I think it's in the Le Breton gallery at the Canadian War Museum in Ottowa.
Hello the NA75 had the original Sherman mantlet. The guns were taken for scrapped/damaged Sherman's.
Simon, if that's the case, (and I believe you), then it's probably the 3 inch howitzer.
It's a Churchill
Churchill is all I can say.
Churchill MKIII SN 1792653 and behind: JgdPz IV/70 (V) - Originally captured by 4th Canadian Armoured Division near Wilhelmshaven, Germany in May 1945Canadian War MuseumBehind: Staghound Armoured Car
ChurchhillCanadian War Museum (I've been there)