Members may be familiar with the schwellenpflug or sleeper plough used by the retreating German army towards the end of WW2. I'm not currently at liberty to say how I know this (so please don't turn this into a guessing game) but a surviving example may be in need of a new home in the UK. Can members suggest an appropriate railway museum or heritage line that might be interested in having one on permanent loan? The one caveat would be that visitors will actually be able to see it as opposed to it being tucked away in a shed away from public view. Thanks.