vehicles

Here you can find out about the vehicles we have on display in The Tank Museum and where they can be found.

First World War

TANK MEDIUM, MARK A

Also known as The While the heavy tanks were designed for direct attacks against enemy ...

CHAR RENAULT FT17

The first truly modern tank Conceived by General Jean-Baptiste Estienne and manufactured ...

LITTLE WILLIE

In 1915 the First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, created a Landships Committee to tackle ...

INTER WAR

TANK LIGHT, MARK IIA

A two-man light tank of the early The first British light tank, the Mark I, evolved from ...

TANK CRUISER MARK I A9

TYPE HISTORY: In June 1934, the War Office contracted with Vickers for a new medium tank (A9) for ...

T-26 MODEL 1933

A Russian copy of a pre-war British In 1930 the Russians obtained 15 examples of ...

Second World War

GENERAL AIRCRAFT HAMILCAR GLIDER

Portion of fuselage.

TANK MEDIUM, VICKERS ARMSTRONGS MARK E, TYPE B

A successful commercial design by Alongside their work for the British armed forces ...

TANK LIGHT AMPHIBIOUS, NO 3

Tanks, in theory, can go anywhere, which is why they are fitted with tracks.

POST WAR

ENGESA EE-9 CASCAVEL MARK V

Service trials in Brazil c.

TANK, T-72M1

After World War 2 Soviet tanks developed along logical traditional lines.

TANK, T-54 (M)

Immediately the war ended, and the Cold War began, the USSR embarked upon a massive rearmament ...