In the Altai region, not far from Barnaul, in the territory of the Lesnoy airfield, there is an interesting air museum.
I would even call this museum private, since there is no state. he has no support. Our government история aviation I don’t need it. All exhibits that are located there have been saved, restored and maintained at the expense of enthusiasts.
And then I propose to look at what is exposed there:
The MiG-17 is a Soviet jet fighter developed by the Mikoyan and Gurevich design bureau at the end of the 1940s. The model was intended to replace the MiG-15.
IL-103 five-seater single-engine piston passenger aircraft-air taxi. It is stored there. Belongs to some kind of commerce.
Aero L-29 "Dolphin" - Czechoslovak training aircraft. It is the first Czechoslovak serial jet aircraft. The most massive jet trainer in the world.
Not quite a good shot, but as I could, I jumped)))
Aero L-39 "Albatross" - Czechoslovak combat training aircraft.
Created to replace the training aircraft Aero L-29 Delfin. In the year 1972 was chosen as the main training aircraft of the countries participating in the Warsaw Pact.
MiG-21 - Soviet multipurpose fighter. MiG-21 became the first aircraft of the MiG with a delta wing.
The most common supersonic combat aircraft in the world. It was mass-produced in the USSR from 1959 to 1985 a year, as well as in Czechoslovakia, India and China. Used in many armed conflicts. Due to the mass production, it was distinguished by a very low cost: MiG-21МФ, for example, was cheaper than even the BMP-1.
Su-17 - Soviet fighter-bomber, developed in the first half of the 1960-s.
The first Soviet aircraft with a variable geometry wing. For three decades he was in service with the Air Forces of the USSR and Russia, widely exported, used in a number of armed conflicts.
Su-25 - Soviet / Russian armored subsonic attack aircraft designed to directly support ground forces over the battlefield day and night with a direct view of the target, as well as the destruction of objects with given coordinates around the clock in any weather conditions. In the Russian troops got the nickname "Rook".
This photo clearly shows the armored cockpit of the attack aircraft.
Well, a couple of photos of those who saved it and restored it. Thanks to these people, a museum appeared.
By the way, in the near future there are more 5 exhibits in the plans for replenishing the museum.