A Bit Deeper on that British Dug LTV

The news that a group of Brits found a more or less intact LVT-4 Buffalo amtrac buried in the mud circled around the globe twice in the past few weeks. The war surplus LVT was brought in to help stem flooding around Crowland, in Lincolnshire, in 1947, but was swept away and sank into a hole and is “in fantastic condition for its age.”

To turn a phrase from Paul Harvey, here is the rest of the story…

One comment

  • At least over here we use a fire hose to wash out the mud and grit that has accumulated in the tracks.

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