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Imperial Garage Machines

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01. A group of officers in cars belonging to the imperial family



02. A group of court chauffeurs in winter form at the car



03. Cars in the imperial garage



04. Cars belonging to the imperial family



05. The court car belonging to the imperial family, near the Alexandrinsky Theater. 1910-1914.



06. Open car belonging to the imperial family, near the Alexandrinsky Theater. 1910-1914.



07. Imperial garage cars



08. Loading the imperial car in the garage car



09. Delone-Belleville and two Mercedes



10. Next to the driver is the Grand Duke E. of Hesse, the Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna. In the back seat to the right - Nikolai II



11. Mercedes with a Russian body



12. Bebe Peugeot



13. Delaunay belleville



14. Russo-Balt C24-30 from the garage of His Imperial Majesty



15. Delaunay belleville



16. Delaunay belleville

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  1. Revolver
    Revolver 24 May 2015 06: 44
    +3
    In photo 10, the one standing at the rear wheel in a livery has a painfully familiar face. Really? wassat
    1. silver169
      silver169 24 May 2015 06: 54
      +2
      The similarity is very distant, but there is something in common. However, over these long years, a person could have changed a little. laughing
    2. am808s
      am808s 24 May 2015 08: 01
      0
      Looks like it! belay Probably an ancestor. laughing
    3. Vasia kruger
      Vasia kruger 24 May 2015 10: 45
      0
      Quote: Nagan
      In photo 10, the one standing at the rear wheel in a livery has a painfully familiar face. Really? wassat

      Shhh! Do not fall to the office)
    4. The comment was deleted.
  2. Bassoon
    Bassoon 24 May 2015 06: 59
    0
    Well, Nicholas II was a famous car lover.
    1. oldkap22
      oldkap22 24 May 2015 09: 41
      +2
      According to his position, he is supposed to be not a "AMATEUR" - it would be better for this money to build an AUTOZAVODIK somewhere near Peterhof ...
      1. semirek
        semirek 24 May 2015 11: 14
        0
        Quote: oldkap22
        According to his position, he is supposed to be not a "AMATEUR" - it would be better for this money to build an AUTOZAVODIK somewhere near Peterhof ...

        And he was given to build it? Nikolai for the Trans-Siberian Railway, I must say thank you, and you are a factory.
        1. Revolver
          Revolver 24 May 2015 20: 37
          +1
          Quote: semirek
          Thanks to Nicholas for the Trans-Siberian Railway
          The Trans-Siberian Railway was built by Alexander III.
          Quote: semirek
          and you are a factory
          Yes, they built a factory, only then the hegemons came, and as a result, the factory remained abroad. "Russo-Balt" was called, if not in the know.
          1. semirek
            semirek 25 May 2015 10: 44
            0
            Quote: Nagan
            Quote: semirek
            Thanks to Nicholas for the Trans-Siberian Railway
            The Trans-Siberian Railway was built by Alexander III.
            Quote: semirek
            and you are a factory
            Yes, they built a factory, only then the hegemons came, and as a result, the factory remained abroad. "Russo-Balt" was called, if not in the know.

            Yes, it turns out that Tsar Alexander the 3rd died in 1901 - it was then that traffic began on the highway, because he built the Transsiberian in your way, now I will know thanks, but when did you think that Nikolay came to power, who, as a prince, opened the beginning of a great construction in Vladivostok.
  3. semirek
    semirek 24 May 2015 08: 13
    +1
    Beautiful photos, judging by them, cannot be said about the backwardness of the empire, and the subsequent "masters" of Russia gladly used these cars from the imperial garage. As far as I know, Lenin used a half-track kegress to travel to his residence in Gorki, in winter after snowfalls.
    1. Aleksandr72
      Aleksandr72 24 May 2015 08: 34
      +4
      It is impossible to judge the technical development or backwardness of a country using only one photo. Below is information about the development and use of road transport in the Russian imperial army:
      "The beginning of the creation of automobile troops was the signing by Nicholas II in February 1910 of an order on the creation of automobile companies in the troops, at that time the Russian army had only 24 cars of foreign origin. In October 1910, a Training Automobile Company was formed in St. Petersburg under the Military Department. which, in fact, was the first Russian automobile research and testing institute. In 1913-1914, "Regulations on self-propelled carts in the army", "Combat regulations for automobile parts" and "Manual for automobile service" were developed. True, all these measures in the absence of production facilities, they did not help in any way to establish the serial production of their own military automotive products.Since 1911, in addition to imported cars, cars manufactured by the Russian-Baltic Carriage Works (RVBZ - the main manufacturer of cars in tsarist Russia) began to arrive in the Russian army, but these supplies were a drop in sea. At the beginning Before the First World War, the Russian army had only 711 vehicles of several dozen brands, including 418 trucks. In the period 1914-1917, about 25 motley foreign cars were delivered to Russia from abroad. At the same time, the situation with the diversity has not changed at all: according to the report of the Main Military-Technical Directorate of 000/08.11.1917/214, at the disposal of Russian automobile units there are 139 (!) Vehicles of various brands, for which only 1917 different types of tires are required. At the same time, the automotive parts still experienced a large shortage of vehicles: by November 32, there were 132 automobile companies in the army in the field, 30 vehicles in each state, in fact, the shortage was about XNUMX%. "
      Judge for yourself whether it is backwardness or not.
      I have the honor.
      1. semirek
        semirek 24 May 2015 11: 29
        +3
        Alexander, you argue, as if Russia was a hundred years behind Europe in the automotive industry, remember when cars appeared in the West? I’m sure that Russia doesn’t get involved in the war, very soon the domestic auto industry appeared in the country.
    2. oldkap22
      oldkap22 24 May 2015 09: 42
      0
      all imports (And no import substitutions ...)
  4. moskowit
    moskowit 24 May 2015 08: 18
    +2
    An interesting selection. There is not a single officer in photo No. 1 ...
    1. AlexVas44
      AlexVas44 24 May 2015 15: 31
      0
      Quote: moskowit
      An interesting selection. There are no officers in photo # 1.


      Apparently these are court drivers in summer uniforms.
  5. AlNikolaich
    AlNikolaich 24 May 2015 08: 37
    +2
    In the 9 photo there are two Mercedes, and the Rolls-Royce Silver Gost! In the photo 7 Renault cars. After the revolution, these
    cars worked in a Leningrad taxi.
    Pictured are 5 and 6 Dellone-Belleville cars. Typically, the emblem of this car was a swastika, and the hood
    performed in the style of a steam boiler ...
  6. bbss
    bbss 24 May 2015 11: 08
    0
    Curious, but does Delaunay-Belleville have a swastika in the ring on the hood?
    1. Mefodi5124
      Mefodi5124 24 May 2015 18: 33
      0
      In Asia, it is a sign of well-being
  7. Pushkar
    Pushkar 24 May 2015 12: 49
    -4
    Tsarist Russia did not have not only the automobile, but also the aviation industry. This led to the fact that in 1916 all kinds of emirates ruled in Central Asia, and by the beginning of 1917 most of the Baltic states, Polesye and Poland were under the Germans. In just 23 years, Bolshevik Russia was able to confront a united Europe and defeat it.
    1. Scraptor
      Scraptor 24 May 2015 15: 17
      +1
      Cars Russo-Balt,
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Илья_Муромец_(самолёт)
      The world's first mass-produced strategic bomber.
    2. semirek
      semirek 25 May 2015 10: 31
      0
      Quote: Pushkar
      Tsarist Russia did not have not only the automobile, but also the aviation industry. This led to the fact that in 1916 all kinds of emirates ruled in Central Asia, and by the beginning of 1917 most of the Baltic states, Polesye and Poland were under the Germans. In just 23 years, Bolshevik Russia was able to confront a united Europe and defeat it.

      Well, yes, the Bolshevik Russia grew up in an open field, there were no four-engine "Murom", it seems that you do not know history, in Central Asia, it turns out before the 16th year there was democracy, and from 16 the emirates came from somewhere, absurd.
  8. Pushkar
    Pushkar 25 May 2015 12: 58
    -1
    From the same Wikipedia about the plane "Ilya Muromets": "During the war years, the troops received 60 aircraft." Two aviation regiments. Half of them are equipped with imported engines. However, the Russobalt engine is only a Russian assembly. Fighters, reconnaissance aircraft were not produced in Russia. Russia entered the war with 263 aircraft. Of these, only 4 are domestic (the same "Ilya Murometsy"). If we consider the screwdriver assembly as the aviation industry, then yes, it was. "It should be noted that by the end of 1917, 92 thousand vehicles took part in hostilities from the French side, 76 thousand vehicles from the British side, 56 thousand from the German side, and 21 thousand from the Russian side." Almost all are imported. The share of "Russo-Balts" was bashfully calculated in units (500 units were produced for all models in seven years).
    1. Scraptor
      Scraptor 25 May 2015 14: 01
      0
      Fighters and reconnaissance units were also produced; they are easier to make than a strategist.
      Do you have to compare (and incorrectly) what the Russian Empire had at the beginning of the war with what other countries had at the end?
      1. Pushkar
        Pushkar 25 May 2015 18: 09
        0
        A reference, at least one number. On the power of Nikolayev's Russia in 1913 (the seventh economy in Europe). Or about the "collapsed" economy of the USSR in 1940 (the second, and possibly the first economy in Europe). How many Russian fighters and reconnaissance aircraft were produced, names? Aircraft factories? Or were they made in saddlery? How old are you that you believe the Govorukhinsky tales about Russia, "which we have lost"? And every leader of the Mumbu-Yumbu tribe has a fleet of imported cars.
        1. Scraptor
          Scraptor 25 May 2015 18: 29
          0
          With what edrences did she suddenly become now also the seventh? laughing
          we expect tsiferki and references from you ... the "Bolsheviks" insisted only on 4-5.
          1. Pushkar
            Pushkar 25 May 2015 18: 46
            0
            I did not go over to "you" with you, mister emigrant. Be kind to "you". But even the fourth is not the first. I did not invent universal illiteracy and "shell hunger". Here, I found: "The Brockhaus and Efron encyclopedia gives a different estimate. It indicates that the world market turnover at the end of the 33,5th century was 20 billion rubles, of which 11% fell to Great Britain, Germany - 10%, the United States - 8 %, France - 7, Holland - 6. Russia was in sixth place - 5%, followed by Austria-Hungary - 5%, Belgium - 4, British India - 3,5%, Italy - 3, Brazil - 2,5, China - 10%. [XNUMX] " http://otvet.mail.ru/question/60867572
            1. Scraptor
              Scraptor 25 May 2015 19: 50
              0
              don't grow anything ...
              in fact, not less than 3-4 (by industry). The economy as a whole is second to third after China and the UK (with India).
              brokhaus-and-efron these are some non-Russian words ... Do you need the first one? learn to eat rice with chopsticks first
              mail.ru answers rule laughing
              1. Pushkar
                Pushkar 25 May 2015 22: 44
                0
                Your rudeness, Mr. emigrant, does not touch me. And who are Brockhaus and Efron you already forgot? Or didn’t they know, like spelling? That's right, forget the Russian language. He is not needed in the Danish colony.
                1. Scraptor
                  Scraptor 25 May 2015 23: 20
                  0
                  Doesn't bother anyone that something doesn't bother you there, "persistent" white-Czech chocolate zoldatik bully
                  1. Pushkar
                    Pushkar 26 May 2015 00: 36
                    0
                    Clear. In fact, you have nothing to answer. Catch up in the Danish colony, Mr. Emigrant.
                    1. Scraptor
                      Scraptor 26 May 2015 09: 56
                      0
                      In fact, there is nothing to write to you, Habsburg Catholic nerus ... "brother Slav."
                      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Восстание_Чехословацкого_к
                      oppus
                      "Retreat:
                      During the retreat of Kolchak's troops from Western Siberia to the east at the end of 1919 - beginning. 1920s The Czechoslovakians played an extremely negative role, occupying the railway lines with their numerous echelons with property and goods looted in Russia and preventing the withdrawal of the Kolchak Eastern Front troops, who were forced to retreat in the snow along the highway. The situation was aggravated by the general flight of the civilian population from Omsk, during which about 300 echelons were sent to the east. Czech legionnaires robbed the refugees of steam locomotives, fuel and property. With the onset of cold weather, cemeteries with people who were frozen and died of typhus were formed on the roads. "
  9. Altona
    Altona 25 May 2015 21: 47
    0
    Did you mean him? laughing
    1. Scraptor
      Scraptor 25 May 2015 23: 21
      0
      To not? Maybe some great-grandfather ... bully