A Canadian tank from World War Two dug up in Surrey with the help of Suggs
from MadnessThe vehicle, a Canadian "Covenanter" was recovered from Denbies
Vineyard on Tuesday as part of a new series on the History ChannelByTom Van
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A tank from World War Two has been dug up cheap nfl jerseys in Dorking
with the help of Madness frontman Suggs.
The vehicle, a Canadian "Covenanter" was recovered from Denbies Vineyard on
Tuesday as part of a new series on the History Channel.
It is one of two tanks buried at the site by Canadians at the end of the
Andrew Wright, a countryside manager for the National Trust, went to the
Vinyard to watch the excavation and said that it was a sight to behold.
He said: "It was obviously really exciting when the digger first started to
connect with the tank and cheap nfl jerseys you
could hear that wholesale mlb
jerseys metallic sound so you knew that it was really there."It was quite a
long, slow day really but still really exciting as everything was gradually
revealed; especially for a layman like me. it was when Cheap Jerseys the recognisable
'tanky' bits started to come up, like the tracks and the wheels and where the
turret would have been that it got most exciting.
"It was a very interesting day but was basically just a day of big boys
playing with toys massive winches, diggers and tanks."
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According to information on the Ranmore War Memorial Website another
Covenanter tank was discovered at the Denbies site in the 1970s after its
burial site was identified by a former cheap nfl jerseys gamekeeper of the
The two tanks were used for training purposes by the Canadian army, based at
Headley Court near Leatherhead between 1940 jerseys form china cheap and
The tanks were only used for training purposes, as by 1943 they were
considered too poorly armoured to deal with the new German tanks. They were
then buried when the Canadians left in 1944.
Currently being filmed under the working title of WW2 Treasure Hunters, the
series, produced by Emporium Productions, is scheduled to be aired this