Military History Books
by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Armoured Fighting Vehicles and Tanks preserved in Canada 8: Prince Edward Island

Armoured Fighting Vehicles preserved in Prince Edward Island

The data found on this page has been compiled by the author.  Photos are by the author unless otherwise credited.  Any additions, correctons or amendments to this list of Armoured Fighting Vehicles in Canada would be most welcome. 

If you have information and photographs of armoured fighting vehicles missing from this list that you are willing to share, updates would be most welcome and may be e-mailed to the author at hskaarup@rogers.com.

Data current to 4 Sep 2017.

Charlottetown, Queen Charlotte Armoury

M4A2(76)W HVSS Sherman "Easy 8" tank (Serial No.  65040), built by Fisher, with full skirts, Reg. No. 30123019, standing in front of the armoury.  (Author Photos)

Ferret Scout Car Mk 1, in front of the armoury.

Ferret Scout Car Mk 1, restored to running condition.  (Author Photo)

M113 C & R Lynx (Serial No. unknown).  (Author Photos)

Information on the correct CFR number for this vehicle would be most welcome.  The hull number on the Lynx is on the upper right corner of the glacis plate (vehicle's right) in a rectangle deliberately left bare of grip tread paint, also on the rear door about 3" above the handle pivot and on the observer's hatch between the 2 hinge arm brackets.

Royal Canadian Signal Corps Compound

Dodge M37 (G-741) ¾-ton 4 X 4 Truck, 4 Camadian Mechanized Brigade group crossing the Danube River by ferry, Ex Gross Rochade, Bavaria, Germany, Sep 1975.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4748893)

Dodge M37 (G-741) ¾-ton 4 X 4 Truck.  (Author Photo)

Prince Edward Island Regiment Building, Summerside

M113 C & R Lynx (Serial No. unknown), in front of the Supply Building on the site of the former CFB Summerside.  (Author Photo)

Information on the correct CFR number for this vehicle would be most welcome.  The hull number on the Lynx is on the upper right corner of the glacis plate (vehicle's right) in a rectangle deliberately left bare of grip tread paint, also on the rear door about 3" above the handle pivot and on the observer's hatch between the 2 hinge arm brackets.

Wellington

LAV III Monument, Legion Branch 17, 97 Sunset Drive, Wellington.