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RR Armoured Car on Euston Rd London

November 15 2004 at 6:33 PM
Gunderson  (Login NealGunderson)
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Response to I saw one on the Euston Road in London today!

No, the the one you saw is not the one from The Tank Museum (H3830). There are three 1920 RR AC's in existence (all served in Ireland), unfortuantely no other versions survied. Two are in Museum collections, the other one in the Irish army museum at Curragh Camp (ARR 2). The third one (ARR 1), the one you saw, is in privite hands, being reconstructed from the twelve of thirteen scrapped by Ireland in 1954.

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