A British soldier contemplates a wrecked Tiger by a junction sign in Latina Scalo in 1944. The tank has no visible penetrations of its armour, but has clear signs that it was demolished deliberately. An explosive charge placed on the engine has blasted away the engine hatch and the turret bin, which lies by the soldier's feet. The missing commander's cupola suggests that a charge was placed on the gun breech. These two charges are standard for demolishing a Tiger.
The hills near Sermoneta are visible behind the Tiger, an important clue in deducing the location of the vehicle. Other photos of this Tiger show the buildings nearby, allowing the exact location to be found.