Tag Archives: Derelict

A Honey of a Tank

A few years back, in 2011 I did the rounds of the usual haunts, hunting down plinthed and preserved tanks, there were three models that fell into my research, namely Crusaders, Shermans and M3 Stuarts. This post deal with one … Continue reading

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Bakerton and Payneville.

Continuing with my efforts to capture images of the more obscure cemeteries where CWGC graves are to be found, I ventured forth to Bakerton/Payneville Cemetery outside of Springs. My original thoughts were that these were two distinctly seperate places, however, … Continue reading

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Fontainebleau Cemetery. Randburg

I originally discovered this small overgrown cemetery behind a precast fence in Hans Strydom Drive in Randburg in 2007 and shot some pics over the fence. They were not very good pics, and at the time were the best I … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Unloading the 19A

In November 2009 I was made aware of a semi derelict class 19A that was being shifted by road from the Cape to Reefsteamers in Germiston for possible restoration. I was definitely curious to see how this was done because … Continue reading

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