Here we have more of the Walter Allward plaster sculptures that would be finalized in the Vimy Memorial.
Stepping out of Regeneration Hall takes us into the Lebreton Gallery, the last of the exhibit spaces in the War Museum. It is filled with tanks, vehicles, equipment, artillery, and other artifacts, from a multitude of time periods and countries. Mounted on one wall are two huge plaques. These hung for many years in the Toronto flagship store for the Eaton department store company. They commemorate those employees for the company who died in the two World Wars.
The Gallery is dominated by a mounted CF-101B Voodoo fighter jet. This is one of the items that had to be placed before the present Museum was finished.
Nearby is a mobile Howitzer. A set of display panels gives technical details on it, like most of the items in this area.