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Reference Image Cold War Soviet Bloc MBTs

#1
T-54/55 thru T-90 - end of WWII to collapse of Soviet Union.

T-55:-

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#2
T-55AD-1M (Polish command tank):-

Note different tiller arrangement to that of the instructional cutaway model.

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Joshua Slocum

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Book Reviewer
#5
Does any one have any images taken during the Cold War of when this sort of tanks as in service ? I know you used to snap them with a long lens ?
 

Brotherton Lad

LE
Kit Reviewer
#8
Does any one have any images taken during the Cold War of when this sort of tanks as in service ? I know you used to snap them with a long lens ?
I have posted a few before. There's also this (the chap taking pictures at the level crossing indicates it's right at the very end as the Sovs withdrew back home):

 

Brotherton Lad

LE
Kit Reviewer
#9
Here's one. We did get much more intimate piccies, but I obviously don't have any copies.
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#10
Brixmis geek fact of the day. Soviet tanks travelled on rail-flats with two sets of triple axis bogies, so even empty ones were of interest.
 

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