War & Peace show 2010, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Over 3000 vehicles where present at this 5 day event/show at the Hop Farm family park, near Maidstone, Kent. There was a special area reserved for demonstrations of the vehicles. Everyone was invited to drive his vehicle overthere and to tell something about his/here vehicle. This is done in certain time slots. For example there is an hour in which everybody that has a cold war era vehicle can come over and a hour that all tracked vehicles can drive. There also was an hour in which German and American 2nd WW vehicles created a 2nd WW scene and drove around simulating attacking each other. Then of course there is the static show where you can take time to read more about all the vehicles and take pictures of them. The people overthere where very enthaushastic to talk about there vehicles and to drive around in them on the premmesis. If they saw you take pictures of theme, they most of the time stopped to pose, so you could take some realy good and cool pictures of them and there vehicles.
Warning for real militairy vehicles lovers: It is a must to go there but you need the 5 full day's to see it all because there is much going on and there is much to see.
Chieftain tank going through it's paces at the War & Peace show 2010 at the Hop Farm, United Kingdom...
Mercedes Benz G-Wagon
Mercedes Benz G-Wagon (1993) (owner: Phillip Dreze, Bundeswehr-Feldjager LHG), photographed at the W...
Volkwagen Type 2
Volkwagen Type 2 build in 1966, owner David Hyde here photographed at the War and Peace show 2010.
Land Rover 109 S111
Land Rover 109 S111 (licence registration JJH 508N) owned by Bradley Wheeler, photographed at the Wa...
Land Rover Light Weight
Land Rover Light Weight (1979), owned by Chris Beal. Photographed in Paddock Wood, Kent, England.
Minerva M20 (1952) owned by Eric Vervaeke.
Build en developed for the Belgium's army, that needed...