I visit here quite often but only took some photos the other day. Photos are taken on a crappy phone so not high resolution.
A tank, I believe. Replica of 'Little Audrey'.
There's quite a lot of military concrete to find in the woods remaining from when the Desert rats were in residence, although a vehicle park has become a Camping and Caravan Club site.
Camp drive down to the main road, the A1065.
Facing the other way, immediate right for covert vehicle park, straight on, pass next right turn and follow road right for REME workshops.
Photo taken in 1946, for reference:
Blue blob is from where the above photo was taken, red blob is the immediate right turn, green outline is billet area for 5RTR in Shakers Wood, purple is the cookhouse, green blob is mess and medics (roughly) yellow blob is the NAAFI.
5RTR Mess and medics
NAAFI, now set up for Desert Rats Association events on site.
The 7th Armoured Division have a memorial service every year. The Riders Branch of the RBL, have a stand on site every year. Not a bad day out.
Mark Urban's book on the "Filthy Fifth" is highly recommended, compulsory reading for Tankies.
ps. Urban also wrote Rifles as well. Its about the 95th Rifles and Light Division in the Peninsula War.