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I have a few pictures from Duxford. It's a great museum, yet their Landwarfare Hall is a photographer nightmare! As a result I don't have that many shots of that area and I've missed quite a few interesting artillery pieces.

6 inch 30 cwt howitzer

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7.5 cm GebirgsKanone L/17 M08

Only 12 of these guns were built, and the three batteries equipped with them were sent to the German colonies in Africa.

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7.6 cm Minenwerfer

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9.45 inch heavy mortar

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18 pdr QF

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60 pdr BL Mk I

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75 mm mod. 1906. An Italian Krupp gun, this was updated before WW II with new wheels, suitable for mechanization

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76.2 mm Schneider-Putilov 1902

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Great pictures. Thank you.

Chris

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Canon de 155 Schneider. Upgraded after WW I:

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