Earlier these 'Hurricanes' had been photographed on transport by train:Russian military convoys without license plates going through fields to Ukrainian border near Matveev Kurgan pic.twitter.com/GTuF87NVw3— Ukraine@war (@DajeyPetros) May 24, 2015
Source.Yesterday a Reuters journalists photographed THE SAME Russian Hurricane MLRS on a railway. pic.twitter.com/tlaovF83Gf via @antoine_sans— Ukraine@war (@DajeyPetros) May 24, 2015
The geolocation is here:
That looks like this:@DajeyPetros This is the location of the photos 47°32'41.5"N 38°53'28.4"E https://t.co/AGIIKri0Pk taken from across the bridge to the north— RomanK (@romankappa) May 24, 2015
And from top with upper side north:
The area where they are heading looks like this on the March 25th 2015 map of Google Earth:
A lot of tracks with turns can be seen. This only means one thing: it is used as a temporary overnight camp.
Compare the satellite image from 8-6-2012:
There are more such areas nearby used in a similar way, as this overview shows:
Red encircled area = our current area.
The other light green areas show similar features, but no vehicles can be seen (anymore).
The red areas DO show vehicles.
Like this one on the 23-8-2014 map, including tents and all:
The fact that these Hurricanes first have been seen on a train and then heading to this camping site, and the fact that they don't have license plates, means only one thing: they are heading for Ukraine.
The earlier satellite images show that this region has been used in a similar way for the summer invasion of Ukraine.
It's just common practice by now...