Talk in Bourne on the Lincolnshire tanks that helped change the course of war

The Lincolnshire Tank ANL-150611-113939001
The Lincolnshire Tank ANL-150611-113939001
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Bourne Motor Racing Club have the chairman of Friends of the Lincolnshire Tank as their speaker on Thursday.

The group consists of like minded enthusiasts who are dedicated to raising public awareness of the role of the City of Lincoln in the conception, development and building of the 20th century’s most formidable fighting machine, The Lincoln Tank.

The group was formed in 2004 by a small group of tank fans and has grown steadily over the years, with members from Lincolnshire and beyond.

Chairman Richard Pullen is also the author of “The Landships of Lincoln” and “Beyond The Green Fields”.

His illustrated talk will describe how a small Lincolnshire-based foundry changed the odds in the First World War in favour of the Allies with their engineering genius.

The talk takes place at The Bourne Corn Exchange Hall, at 8pm. Non members are always welcome to attend, by paying £ 3 on the door.

For more information, call 07760 171045 or visit


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