Forgotten British TDs – Part 2

As promised, I, Seb, am returning today with the rest of the Nuffield TDs. This time, you can notice that they are heavier and more powerful (higher tiers). So, it makes up for a more interesting article. Take a look at those slow, heavy beasts, 3D rendered by Giganaut:

AT-13

at13h

Specifications:

Dimensions:
Length: 6.8m (hull) 8.536m (with gun)
Width: 3.311m
Height: 2.7m
Armor: Hull 229/152/102
Armament:
1 17 Pdr mounted in a gun sponson
1 Secondary (looks like a heavy machine gun in the draft) or a 6pdr (my preference)
1 Cupola mounted dual BESA Machine gun (possible)
Weight: 63 tons

AT-14

With no secondary gun and with a gun shield, this might be better (or worse) than the AT-13. In this picture you have a comparison between AT-13 (first) and AT-14 (second) – with their order reversed in the second 3D render.

at14Specifications:

Dimensions:
Length: 6.8m (hull) 8.536m (with gun)
Width: 3.311m
Height: 2.7m
Armor:
Hull 229/152/102
Armament:
1 17 pdr gun sponson
1 Ball-mount BESA MG
1 Cupola-mounted dual BESA MG (possible)
Weight: 63 tons

AT-16

Tortoise proposal, in the first development stage. The tank next to it is the AT-14.

at16pSpecifications:

Dimensions:
Length: 7.2m (hull) 9.985m (with gun)
Width: 3.855m
Height: 2.855m
Armor: hull 229/152/102
Armament:
1 32 Pdr gun 94mm
1 Ball-mount BESA machine gun
1 Cupola-mounted dual BESA MG (possible)
Weight: 72 tons

There are some more ATs left. They do not have a gun, but a flamethrower instead. I will write in a later post a possible use for those non-gunned TDs. See ya!

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6 thoughts on “Forgotten British TDs – Part 2

  1. I hadn’t really considered how many prototypes and concepts the British must have gone through during the development of the Tortoise, but this is pretty nifty!

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