A group of divers swam down to depths of more than 100ft to explore an abandoned trove of British-made military trucks and equipment.
The diving group decided to explore the wreckage - which includes Bedford trucks and Bren Carrier MK-1s, an armoured personnel carrier also called a Universal Carrier - after being told by their guide of a "little known wreck".
It is believed the vehicles were either dumped into the sea by Arab troops during an assault of Sharm El-Sheikh, in Egypt, or by the Israeli military when they were leaving the city in 1957 after the Suez Crisis.
The rusted vehicles lie haphazardly on the sea bed and are covered in coral. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS.
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