Museum of military and automotive equipment in Pyshma
I went to the museum in Verkhnyaya Pyshma again. To say that I was surprised is to say nothing. The museum was big, now it is - just huge. The pavilions of vehicles and "Parade crew" were added, where there is a vehicle participating in the parades on May 9 in Pyshma.
By the way, today, shortly before my arrival, either BT-7 or T-60 was warmed up there, so the aroma in the room was unforgettable. And the blue haze had not yet cleared when I arrived.
In addition to these pavilions, a pavilion with Wings of Victory aircraft was added. And also in the process of filling now, in addition, there are several glass pavilions on the street, where access is still closed with a red rope.
I photographed about 300 pictures, but then the camera sat down, and in the pavilion "Parade crew" I was already with the camera removed. I remembered the opportunity to take pictures with my phone, already standing at a bus stop waiting for a bus to the city.
By the way, Kozitsyn shouted loudly that there would never be fascist technology in this museum. Today I met there a Bf.109G, an FW-190A-6, an MG-151/20 cannon, and some of the "armor".
In general, I concluded that it was necessary to go there for a couple of days. After all, in addition to the pavilions, the outdoor exposition has grown that way by three times.
And now a few photos:
This is how the monument looks now. It was moved and enlarged.
And this is how the entrance looks now.
Here is a lineup of different T-34s ending with T-44Ms:
An ACS peeps out of the lawn bushes right at the entrance:
Then I will try to lay out the "Lend-Lease quarter" and other foreign language:
On the tail - the Germans:
Well, from the "bright future":
Behind the fence - this is, in my opinion, An-8. In any case, there is a tail gun mount. But I couldn't really take a picture - the crack in the fence is narrow.
Here, by the way, is a photo of the "terribly protective" rope (the "Angara" and the pavilions are hidden behind it):
That's all for now.
I strongly recommend dropping by to see it in person, taking with you 1200 rubles (4 pavilions at 300 rubles per entrance), full pockets of batteries and memory cards for cameras and camcorders. It will take a lot of strength - you will have to walk a lot. Well, a good mood will not hurt.
- Ivan Komirny