WWII tank moved out of River Oaks neighborhood (TX)

It was ticketed by police for parking violations, it fueled tension among neighbors, and just weeks after it was parked at the corner of Del Monte and River Oaks Boulevard, a tank used during World War II was moved to a ranch in east Texas.  “When you drive down River Oaks Boulevard and you see a tank, you tend to want to pull over and see why it’s there,” said Marc Adler.  He was one of the last residents of River Oaks to photograph the M4 Sherman tank before it was towed to Atlanta, TX.


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