Friday, January 14, 2011

the Imber Ranges ...

... road sign: tank crossing ...
  
... Caution, massive amount of armor crossing the road.
Imagine that. You’re out for a nice drive.
And suddenly … a tank, crossing the road ...
source: toptenz.net
  
... Berril valley track, to the uninhabited Imber village ...
  
... Berril valley ...
   
... the Imber Ranges are heavily used for military training.‭ 
A combination of difficult‭ ‬terrain and unexploded military
debris make it hazardous to leave the marked routes.‭ 
The public are excluded from Imber Ranges at all times,‭
even if flags are not flying.‭  ‬The only exception being
when the roads through Imber are opened to allow
the public to‭ ‬reduce journey times across Imber Ranges...‭ 
source: kennet-communityweb.com
  
Imber ...
by en.wikipedia.org ...
 ... is an uninhabited village in part of the British Army's
training grounds on the Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.

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