Another view here of the Voodoo jet inside LeBreton Gallery.
This looks like a wreck- with good reason. It's a World War Two era Valentine tank, a British design and Canadian manufactured armoured beast used by the Soviets. In January 1944 during a Soviet offensive in the Ukraine, it fell through the ice and sank. It was recovered over four decades later, and in 1992 was donated to the Canadian War Museum by the Ukrainian government. It's interesting to see what years of submersion can do to one of these.
The interesting texture on one of the tanks caught my eye.
Three other tank legacies of that war follow- the Panzer, the Sherman, and the T-34.
And here we have the view when one starts to leave the Gallery.