The pride of Belgian Armour

Additional vehicles and guns are displayed outdoors such as this M110 and M47 Walker Buldog
The workshop with a Churchill undergoing restoration
The whole family of Belgian CVRTs is present, and much more
Schneider (Ansoldo) Canon 105 mm

The Gunfire Artillery and Armour Museum, in Brasschaat near Antwerp, is a site of the Belgian War Heritage Institute. The museum in its current set-up was opened in June 2011. It incorporates an artillery museum, an armour wing, a restoration workshop and a documentation office.

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