The usual means of transporting Tigers to Tunisia was to send them individually in ferries and land them here, in the airfield at Karouba. This is one example; its stands at the waterfront, before the largest of the base's aircraft hangars. Still with its suspension in "transport mode", it has its own wheels and fenders piled on the rear deck just as they were during the voyage. They will surely be removed before the drive to Manouba so that the engine won't overheat. The tank's tactical number is written on the turret side in small red digits which unfortunately cannot be read in this photo. The white rhombus of a "504" Tiger is visible on the hull side.
An overall view of Karouba from the mid 20th century shows its many aircraft hangars; the Tiger stood at  and the large hangars are visible near it. They no longer exist.