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 2 pounder tank attack carriers      
These Carriers were designed for the tank attack role and they mounted a 2pdr Anti-Tank Gun. Several have survived and have been restored.
Official pictures were also used in the manual (below). This example has survived.
Pictures from the Carrier Manual.
Dubbo, 1987. Army Museum storage, Bandiana. Also below.
Bandiana workshops, 2002. Pic:Euan McDonald. See pic 2 down.
Storage yard, Melbourne Tank Museum. This hull was recovered from a RAAF range and has many strike holes. Melbourne Tank Museum, 2004.
Storage yard, Bandiana, 2002.
Corowa, 2005 the beautifully restored 2 pounder of the Bandiana Army Museum.
Under restoration is this carrier belonging to the Puckapunyal tank museum, photographed in March 2005.
The Tank Museum at Puckapunyal also hold 6064, which is stored in a shed behind the museum.