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Museum of military equipment "Military glory of the Urals." Artillery and armored vehicles

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Imagine that you are a visitor to the museum of paleontology and with your head upright, walk enthusiastically between giant diplodocus and other pterosaurs. And then they tell you - I'm sorry, they say, but it's time to feed the animals. The plate "Dinner" hangs up and the exhibits with the uterine rumbling run into the backyard to grumble my carrot. I experienced something similar when I asked the museum superintendent of the “Military Glory of the Urals” about the reason for the presence of a large number of empty pedestals and the absence of the exhibits themselves.
How is it where - they looked at me with undisguised surprise - they went to the parade!
And here is a video from the museum.



It is good that not everyone left, and we have a great opportunity to get acquainted with what constitutes the "military glory of the Urals". Many of the presented exhibits were made, in the literal sense of the word, behind the adjacent fence.
Let's start with artillery rows.



The 2А36 "Hyacinth-B" is a Soviet 152-mm towed gun with an increased range of fire, developed in the hard currency of the Perm machine-building plant in November 1968, under the direction of Yu.N. Kalanchikov. In 1976, 2А36 was adopted by the Soviet Union and was intended for the suppression and destruction of manpower, fire weapons and military equipment of the enemy on the march, in places of concentration and in strongholds. The length of the barrel along with the muzzle brake is 8197 mm.

Museum of military equipment "Military glory of the Urals." Artillery and armored vehicles


X-NUMX mm gun howitzer D-152 (20-P-52)
D-20 designed in Ekaterinburg OKB-9 under the direction of Petrov. Serial production began in 55-m at the plant number 221 in Volgograd (now FSUE "Barricades").



The 2А61 howitzer is one of the newest artillery pieces of the Russian army. The howitzer was developed by the State Unitary Enterprise (State Unitary Enterprise) "Plant No. 9" Yekaterinburg.



The muzzle brake is just epic.



The 2А45М "Sprut-B" was created at the end of the 1980-s in the Petrov design bureau. This 125 millimeter semi-automatic weapon is interesting because with the help of an auxiliary power unit it can move independently over short distances to get away from return fire.



The 100-mm anti-tank gun MT-12 (GRAU index - 2А29, in a number of sources has the name "Rapier") is a Soviet towed anti-tank gun created at the end of the 1960-s. In the background, its early version of the 100-mm T-12 gun.



M-240 - 240-mm towed mortar.
YOM: 1951
Year Discontinued: 1958



The famous Stalin's Maul, 203-mm howitzer model 1931 of the year. B-4 (GAU Index - 52-G-625) - Soviet howitzer of high power caliber 203,4 mm (8 inches).



M-42 (GAU Index - 52-P-243С) - Soviet semi-automatic anti-tank gun caliber 45 mm. Sample 1942 of the year.



152-mm howitzer sample 1909 / 30's.
Weight in the fighting position - 2725 kg.
The longest firing range - 9850 m.



This monster - 210-mm gun special power Br-17 arr. 1939, the city. Shooting from a cannon was carried out by shots of a separate kartuznogo loading with high-explosive shells weighing 133 kg. The greatest firing range was 29400 m. The gun was transported on a mechanical thrust and only disassembled in three carts: a barrel, a wagon for a machine and a base carriage.





A little distracted by maritime exposure.
Model cutting cabin of an average diesel submarine of the "Pike" type.



Model of a torpedo boat "Komsomolets" (project 123-bis).
Redanny boat with duralumin hull. Two aviation Packard engines are installed in the hull one after the other, while the length of the left propeller shaft was 12,2 m, and the right - 10 m. Travel speed: Maximum: 48 knots / Cruising: 28,8 knots.



T-18 (MS-1) - Soviet light infantry tank of the 1920s. Created in 1925-1927 on the basis of the French tank FT-17 and its Italian version of the Fiat 3000 became the first tank of the Soviet development. Serially produced from 1928 to 1931



T-26 - Soviet light double-turbo tank. Adopted in the USSR in 1931 year. The two-turret modification of the T-26 tank is the earliest. It was on the tanks of this type from the British license was purchased. The tank did not possess serious combat power, although sometimes commander vehicles were re-armed with 37-mm cannons.





Light tank T-26 arr. 1933 g., BT-7 - Soviet light wheeled-tracked tank of the period 1930 — 1940-s and T-70 - Soviet light tank during the Second World War. Developed in October - November 1941 at the Gorky Automobile Plant (GAZ)



Heavy assault tank KV-2.
The armored hull of the tank was welded from rolled armored plates of thickness 75, 40, 30 and 20 mm. Equal strength armor protection (armor plates with a thickness other than 75 mm, were used only for horizontal armoring of the machine), countering. The armor plates of the frontal part of the machine were installed at rational inclination angles.





KV-1 (Klim Voroshilov) - Soviet heavy tank during the Second World War. Usually it is simply called “KV”: a tank was created under this name and only later, after the appearance of the KV-2 tank.



T-34 is not required. The evolution of weapons and the turret in the process of modernization is clearly visible.



Heavy Soviet tank IS-2. The tank was adopted by the Red Army at the end of the 1943 of the year and was mass-produced from 1943 to 1946. It is a modification of the tank EC-1 with weapons, reinforced by the installation of a very powerful 122-mm gun D-25 with a muzzle brake.



Paint marked places hit by armor-piercing shells.





Perhaps the most beautiful tank created for all history. EC-3 (Object 703) - Soviet heavy tank during the Great Patriotic War, launched into serial production in its last days and not having time to take part in it.



And in conclusion some modern technology.
“Peony” (GRAU Index - 2С7, modified - 2С7М, also known as “Malka”) is a Soviet self-propelled artillery mount with a 203,2-mm 244 gun.
Today it is considered the most powerful self-propelled artillery installation in the world. Throws 102-kg active-jet ammunition on 47,5 km.



2С1 "Carnation" - Soviet 122-mm self-propelled howitzer.
2C3 "Akatsiya" - 152-mm self-propelled artillery.
2С5 "Hyacinth-S" - Soviet 152-mm self-propelled gun.
2С19 152-mm self-propelled howitzer "Msta-S" arr. 1989



The line of post-war Soviet tanks from T-55 to T-90.


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  1. Peacemaker
    Peacemaker 14 June 2013 08: 15 New
    10
    It causes pride for our country smile
    1. Argon
      Argon 14 June 2013 09: 22 New
      +4
      Recently there was an article (photo reportage) about this museum, of course the exhibits can be looked at endlessly, the video was also pleased, but I would like to see a photo of the "room" exposition. The commentators had the opportunity to argue about the authenticity of the samples. I am glad that the author gives explanations to the photo. plus and sequels. yes
    2. Genady1976
      Genady1976 14 June 2013 18: 18 New
      +1
      The real monster is a 210-mm gun of special power Br-17 arr. 1939
      about to bang out of this monster
    3. svp67
      svp67 15 June 2013 23: 16 New
      0
      You would have it even more if you had seen the number of excursions of schoolchildren conducted in this museum and all this is free, for which of course a special thanks to the management of the UMMC.
  2. Dima190579
    Dima190579 14 June 2013 08: 53 New
    +6
    Cool photos. I would like to take a walk there.
    1. Genady1976
      Genady1976 14 June 2013 18: 38 New
      0
      and more throughout our vast homeland of such museums good
  3. rennim
    rennim 14 June 2013 09: 06 New
    +1
    Such exhibits ... it is simply joyful in my soul. Even BT is on the move. And I thought there was not a single Komsomol member left in the country. CLASS !!!
  4. avt
    avt 14 June 2013 09: 07 New
    +3
    Wow! good That's just a pity that stands on an open area request Well, at least some kind of hangar, a lightweight pavilion from the weather, would definitely not hurt.
    1. RoadRunner
      RoadRunner 14 June 2013 13: 49 New
      +1
      Of course, the fact that they are standing on the street is not good, but you can immediately see by the state of the expanses that they are watching the equipment, and they are following it not very badly.
    2. Genady1976
      Genady1976 14 June 2013 18: 22 New
      0
      I agree with you colleague
  5. Prapor Afonya
    Prapor Afonya 14 June 2013 09: 59 New
    +2
    Cool!!!
  6. Astrey
    Astrey 14 June 2013 10: 34 New
    +1
    The last photo is shocking with the contrast between the epic power imprinted in the armor of Soviet tanks and the complex of modern museum visitors.

    It seems that contemporaries are unconsciously embarrassed by the power and memory of their ancestors for the lack of comparable achievements.
  7. vlad1
    vlad1 14 June 2013 10: 37 New
    +1
    Thank you very interesting, I will be grateful if there will be a continuation
  8. Combitor
    Combitor 14 June 2013 10: 56 New
    +2
    Impossible to express in words. Power, reliability and grace are united together. Article a million pluses. The photos are just great. I downloaded them to my album. Many thanks to the author. Post something else if you can. As the saying goes "encore!"
  9. omsbon
    omsbon 14 June 2013 11: 31 New
    +2
    An interesting museum. Bravo!!!
    ZZAFARR, thanks! Waiting for more!
  10. konn
    konn 14 June 2013 11: 36 New
    +2
    I haven’t been to the updated exhibition yet, but now I definitely need to go, the benefit is nearby and not far, thanks for the reminder of the magnificent museum
    1. igordok
      igordok 14 June 2013 13: 49 New
      +1
      Quote: Konn
      good near and not far


      Lucky! I envy white envy.
  11. deman73
    deman73 14 June 2013 12: 14 New
    +1
    I looked now I'm going to go live to see and enjoy the whole family for our country
  12. commitment
    commitment 14 June 2013 13: 24 New
    +1
    Honor and glory to the Ural museum workers! So many technical samples, the state is close to perfect and many more on the go! I think even Kubinka can envy!
  13. DmitryK
    DmitryK 14 June 2013 14: 11 New
    +1
    Where is the museum?
    1. Argon
      Argon 14 June 2013 23: 26 New
      -1
      In the Lower or Upper Pyshma-suburb of Sverdlovsk, google
  14. tank74
    tank74 14 June 2013 16: 09 New
    +2
    I live in 100 km. from the museum. And did not hear anything about him. Yeah must visit.
  15. Doctor Evil
    Doctor Evil 14 June 2013 18: 02 New
    +2
    The last time was there in November last year. Time has passed, it seems, nothing at all, but the changes are cardinal. We still need to go.
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  18. Genady1976
    Genady1976 14 June 2013 18: 34 New
    +1

    VAZ Technical Museum
    1. Argon
      Argon 14 June 2013 23: 23 New
      0
      Thank you for the video, Genady1976, I’m definitely waiting for the continuation, although in general the situation with the state of the exhibits is depressing, for sure rare samples (mainly German equipment) are washed away at the edge of the field, and then disappear into the quiet.
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  20. Fibrizio
    Fibrizio 14 June 2013 19: 03 New
    +1
    A huge plus. I would very much like to wish the author of the material not to be shy to climb over the tape and upload more photos from different angles, close and distant. I like such collections very much, a large number of photos will not spoil the article, but rather will brighten it, because unfortunately not everyone has the opportunity to visit such places.
  21. Comrade1945
    Comrade1945 14 June 2013 20: 41 New
    +1
    Roth Front, comrades.
    Wonderful museum! There are no words!
    Thank you very much for the pictures.