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Our memory. Vadim Zadorozhny Museum. Part of 1


Another photo report about our visit to the next museum. This time, the emotions, perhaps, were not just going wild, but whipping over the edge. It would be expected that it will be cool, but that is so - definitely not. For an absolutely private museum - a masterpiece.

Yes, unlike the state museums, the visit does not take off in a penny, but into full-fledged such rubles, but it is not just worth it. If only because, unlike many state museums, all the exhibits are not just in perfect condition, for the most part they are mostly workers.

We visited the museum is not in the most, as it turned out, a good day. 7 November. And part of the exhibits went to participate in events. But what we saw caused the emotions that we will try to share.

Of course, at one time it’s impossible to put everything in, as you don’t try. Therefore, we decided to divide everything into three parts. The first is a street exhibition. The second is a museum exposition under the roof, and the third is a collection of cars.


MiG-15 UTI





Soviet cruise missile "Meteor"

Tu-143 "Flight". Reconnaissance drone



Yak-xnumx. Single copy.

"Sprut-B", self-propelled anti-tank gun cal. 125 mm

Automatic Cornflower Mortar

Charger 2М-3, caliber 25 mm

Complex 8K14 "Elbrus"

German infantry gun cal. 75 mm

The German anti-tank gun Pak-35 / 36 cal. 37 mm

AZP-39M. Anti-aircraft installation cal. 37 mm

The famous "Bofors" L60, cal 40 mm

BS-3, field gun, cal. 100 mm

Memory B-47

Rocket В-300 from С-25 complex

Howitzer gun arr. 1938 cal. 122 mm

German howitzer cal. 105 mm

Spanish howitzer cal. 105 mm


D-1, howitzer cal. 152 mm arr. 1943

D-30, howitzer cal. 122 mm.

D-44, divisional gun cal. 85 mm

ZRK "Circle"

ZRK "Cube"


KS-18, anti-aircraft gun cal. 85 mm

KS-30, anti-aircraft gun cal. 130 mm

M-33, howitzer cal. 122 mm

M-46, cal gun. 130 mm

M-120, mortar

M-160, mortar

M-240, mortar

ML-20, the famous RGK howitzer

"PAT-B", regimental howitzer cal. 152 mm



T-12, anti-tank gun cal. 100 mm

[center] Anti-aircraft gun 52K cal. 85 mm

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D-20, howitzer gun cal. 152 mm

Tank T-80B


BTR M-16

BTR APN-P. Art corrector

M-7, SAU 105 mm, USA



Bronokolpak arr. 1936

BTR OT-810 (Czechoslovakia)


M-50 / М4А3 "Sherman"

LAW "Strela-10"


Tank T-10 with ATGM Ruby

T-10 Tank

T-60 Tank

T-62 Tank

T-70 Tank

Tank T-72 "Ural"

[center] SAU "Tulip"

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MLRS "Hurricane"

Separate historical theme.

Locomobile. The transition from the locomotive to the tractor. Already not a locomotive, but not yet a tractor in the usual sense

[center] "Stalinets". Tractor, artillery tractor, tow truck

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STZ "Universal-2"

I would like to say a special thank you to the person who organized our tour, without whose help it would have taken place, then with great efforts. This is our Alex241. Sasha, from everyone interested in history - thanks!

The next part will be devoted to internal exposure. There will be just heat!
Photos used:
Roman Skomorokhov, Roman Krivov
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  1. parusnik
    parusnik 9 November 2015 08: 00
    A good tour .. restore apparently expensive .. Locomobile and stuff .. as it would look .. Thank you ..
  2. Free wind
    Free wind 9 November 2015 09: 09
    Very interesting, well done that started to sign photos. And a small amendment, a locomobile is not a steam locomotive or a tractor, but a steam engine on wheels. Roughly speaking, an engine for driving something, such as a mill or an electric generator or some other mechanisms. Although some locomobiles were self-propelled. Subsequently, the Bolinders were put on the locomobiles and then the diesels. Binder is a low-pressure diesel engine. excuse me.
  3. B.T.V.
    B.T.V. 9 November 2015 09: 15
    Thank you Roman! Even me, a woman, was impressed. More such excursions for the younger generation.
  4. Alex_59
    Alex_59 9 November 2015 09: 28
    T-12, anti-tank gun cal. 100 mm
    In the photo BS-3 and not T-12
  5. The point
    The point 9 November 2015 09: 58
    Great tour, cool photos. Thank!
  6. Cap.Morgan
    Cap.Morgan 9 November 2015 10: 00
    Thanks, cool article.
  7. kvs207
    kvs207 9 November 2015 10: 11
    Quote: Maksud
    Great tour, cool photos. Thank!

    That's right. But where can you see this, did not see the coordinates? And is this a private museum?
    1. tolancop
      tolancop 9 November 2015 10: 31
      Krasnogorsk district of the Moscow region. A couple of kilometers from the Moscow Ring Road along New Riga and the exit onto the Ilyinsky highway. Manor Arkhangelsk nearby.
  8. ArhipenkoAndrey
    ArhipenkoAndrey 9 November 2015 10: 14
    The museum is cool, the equipment is in working order? Very similar.
  9. Figvam
    Figvam 9 November 2015 10: 19
    Quote: kvs207
    Quote: Maksud
    Great tour, cool photos. Thank!

    That's right. But where can you see this, did not see the coordinates? And is this a private museum?
  10. Kilo-11
    Kilo-11 9 November 2015 10: 33
    Errors: Not a howitzer-gun model 1938 and an M-33 howitzer, but a 122 mm howitzer M-30 arr. 1938 Not an ML-20 howitzer, but a 152 mm howitzer-gun ML-20 arr. 1937 Not SPG "Tulip", and a 240 mm self-propelled mortar 2S4 "Tulip". Not just a "Peony", but a 203 mm self-propelled gun 2S7 "Pion".
  11. Taoist
    Taoist 9 November 2015 10: 41
    a good museum ... There were, by the way ... by the way there is not the Yak 38 but the Yak 38M and 141y not the only copy - in the Zadorozhniy Museum 141y without engines - from the design bureau for static tests - the de facto airframe layout. Really 141 stands in Monino.
  12. tolancop
    tolancop 9 November 2015 10: 44
    He was at the museum twice: in 2010 and this spring. Progress is evident, the museum is developing. The exposition of military equipment has expanded significantly.
    True, there was a small drop of tar: in the section of Soviet weapons, the signature on the exhibit clearly did not correspond to the model. I don’t remember exactly, but it seems that under the AKM inscription there was clearly something of little caliber. The museum employee was not nearby, so there was no one to ask the question. But I do not exclude that I am wrong.

    There is a small claim to the author of the material: What is signed "Complex 8K14 Elbrus" is actually only a missile of this complex (the missile index is indicated correctly) ... The complex (9K72) is a bunch of other equipment besides the missile. However, this I probably find fault.
    The material is gorgeous.
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 9 November 2015 11: 13
      Quote: tolancop
      There is a small claim to the author of the material: What is signed "Complex 8K14 Elbrus" is actually only a missile of this complex (the missile index is indicated correctly) ... The complex (9K72) is a bunch of other equipment besides the missile. However, this I probably find fault.
      The material is gorgeous.

      I don’t remember who said accuracy: the courtesy of kings. Everything is correct. I will not quibble. I haven’t been to the museum itself, but those photos from the auto museum have always been amazing. Thank you to the person who created the incomparable museum of technology. I am simply amazed.
  13. apro
    apro 9 November 2015 12: 13
    Well, what can I say ... It’s rich. There is something to see, though I really see a lively question.
  14. Taoist
    Taoist 9 November 2015 12: 19
    Your humble servant, at your "product" ... hi
  15. Glot
    Glot 9 November 2015 12: 45
    The sign "At the entrance to the dining room, put your weapon on safety" the case reminded the army.
    We had at our "point" one of the most ardent lovers of shooting, always, at everything and everywhere.
    And just in time for dinner, another outfit from the flank returned, he is among them. Everything is already at the table, they also sit at the table, this AKS lover takes off his shoulder and throws it on the table and ... clap, shot. The cartridge was in the chamber, not on the guard; Well no one got into it.
    Eh, we would have a poster like that right in the subject. laughing
  16. flc9800
    flc9800 9 November 2015 13: 49
    Visited this museum in September this year. Impressions mass. Awesome collection! Well, as for the internal exposure, it is really just fantastic! good Highly recommend to visit yes
  17. 31rus
    31rus 9 November 2015 15: 52
    Thank you, great photos, a small request, start the novel or write at the end of the article, where all this "spectacle" is located, just the address, I think it will not bother you, thank you
  18. 52
    52 9 November 2015 16: 23
    thank! We look forward to continuing! And then the probability of visiting tends to a miniscule figure.
  19. moskowit
    moskowit 9 November 2015 19: 39
    And what is the price of the question? And how to get there by public transport? I hope there is information on the Internet?
    1. tolancop
      tolancop 10 November 2015 07: 11
      I don't remember the price, but it is quite adequate. How to get there ... From the metro station Tushinskaya there is a bus to Petrovo-Dalnee (Hospital # 62), it seems to be going along the Ilyinskoe highway, i.e. past the museum. Near the museum there is a hypermarket "Globus", something goes to it too.
  20. moskowit
    moskowit 9 November 2015 19: 41
    Very intrigued by the expectation of a tour of the pavilion or building, the comments are too enthusiastic.
  21. Olegmog
    Olegmog 9 November 2015 20: 02
    How much labor has been invested! Great affair memory!
    Some celestials, all in kurshavely, yes in football
    clubs are invested! And here it is !!!
  22. sherik
    sherik 9 November 2015 20: 30
    Very nice. For some reason I really liked the photo of Btr 152. but in general, unfortunately, the policy on the site crowds out everything military. Very sorry
  23. Ossetian
    Ossetian 9 November 2015 23: 01
    A good museum, I have a strong desire to visit.
  24. Ossetian
    Ossetian 9 November 2015 23: 05
    Tao - Alexei, did you take part in the development of the Yak-141?
  25. bbss
    bbss 10 November 2015 01: 58
    I’ve been to this museum many times ... and many more times I’ll go there!
  26. Rubon
    Rubon 10 November 2015 04: 21
    However, they were pleasantly surprised to keep it up! fellow