British technical experts are taking a look at Tiger 131, which they captured in Tunisia. They have opened the engine hatch after turning the turret and removing the Feifel tubes correctly. The tank's tow ropes lie on the ground near us.
The front right road wheel is present on the tank. We know that the front left road wheel was missing when it was captured, and most likely the right-hand one too, because it was commonplace for Tiger crews to remove these wheels. Therefore the British must have already installed wheels from other Tigers found elsewhere in Tunisia.
This place is called "Red Cap Alley" and is a storage area for damaged tanks, such as the Churchill tank in the distance. We are facing Djebel Bou Mous and the Tiger is exactly where we see it in another photo.