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Hello again from Upper Pyshma

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Once again they rolled into the museum in Verkhnyaya Pyshma and found SO MUCH new that the poet’s soul could not bear ...


Here you have the T-44:



But flirtatiously revealing PT-76)))



They say this is a B-300 rocket from the C-25 system



She



Arttyagach 1950-x.



A bit of armored train)






And then there are three armored cars on railway wheels:





Armored cars





Anti-aircraft gun on the platform of the sanitary train.



Bofors 40-mm



Submarine "Baby" in full growth.




M3A-1 "Stewart"



M24 "Chaffee"



SAU "Priest"



Repair and recovery vehicle


Cannon "Long Tom". This lanky did not want to get into the lens




Yak-9U



Tu-2



Bi-1



"Hardy ruler": T-35, KV-1, KV-2, IC-2, IC-3



T-35



Marine Scout



Airfield equipment



"Quarter of the MLRS" from "Katyusha" M-8 to "Tornado"



Buried Yak-3



Five photos of Lend-Lease. Inscriptions sometimes funny







BT-7M on wheels



"Hurricane"



T-30



T-40S



T-60



T-70



T-90



ZIS-101



Next, a few pictures from the pavilion for different "songs"















PC-82 aviation



And just for scale. T-35 and man growth 180cm

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  1. bbss
    bbss 14 June 2016 06: 27
    +25
    The rich museum.
    1. kalibr
      kalibr 14 June 2016 06: 55
      +46
      And what prevented the creation of such museums in the USSR? Here it is - pure patriotism!
      1. igordok
        igordok 14 June 2016 08: 01
        +22
        Formally, this museum is private, not state. Belongs to - OJSC “Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company”
        1. bionik
          bionik 14 June 2016 19: 13
          +25
          Quote: igordok
          Belongs to - OJSC “Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company”

          The museum was created by Alexander Kozitsyn, who died in a car accident in 2009. His brother Andrei Kozitsyn continues the business.
        2. smershxnumx
          smershxnumx 14 June 2016 22: 20
          +11
          All the same, they are great! At the weekend I want to take my son again, over the year a lot of new exhibits appeared. Yes, and most interesting! winked It is a pity that the children cannot climb the exhibits now .... But, again, the exhibits have a view of 5 seconds "+"!
          1. bionik
            bionik 15 June 2016 03: 39
            +3
            Quote: smerx24
            It’s a pity that the guys on the exhibits now can’t climb ....

            Duck wasn’t possible before either (the guardians were constantly screaming on the communication link so that they would not climb smile ), ... over the year many new exhibits appeared .... Cars were removed, I heard that they made a separate museum.
          2. samoletil18
            samoletil18 15 June 2016 13: 46
            +5
            Quote: smerx24
            On weekends I want to take my son again

            Do not be too lazy to go down to the buffet. My son and I didn’t have much to eat, we went to see how much. separate thematic expositions from models. And be sure to pay attention to the ceiling: flying pre-war fighter jets already somehow took it. Sorry for the pictures on the lost flash drive left, nothing to put.
      2. Aljavad
        Aljavad 17 June 2016 02: 49
        0
        kalibr RU June 14, 2016 06:55 a.m. ↑
        And what prevented the creation of such museums in the USSR? Here it is - pure patriotism!


        The same thing that became one of the reasons for the collapse of the USSR. They said one thing, thought - quite another, and did - the third. When making statements about the materialism of the worldview, they rested on "consciousness". And in the glorification of heroes - on their human qualities, which are always and in everything higher than the rotten souls of adversaries. And about technique (and tactics) - it seems like indecent (or secret). And generally speaking! The main weapon of Soviet people is the wise decisions of the Party! Museums have been dedicated to them.
      3. Aljavad
        Aljavad 17 June 2016 02: 55
        0
        kalibr RU June 14, 2016 06:55 a.m. ↑
        And what prevented the creation of such museums in the USSR? Here it is - pure patriotism!


        The same thing that became one of the reasons for the collapse of the USSR. They said one thing, thought - quite another, and did - the third. When making statements about the materialism of the worldview, they rested on "consciousness". And in the glorification of heroes - on their human qualities, which are always and in everything higher than the rotten souls of adversaries. And about technique (and tactics) - it seems like indecent (or secret). And generally speaking! The main weapon of Soviet people is the wise decisions of the Party! Museums have been dedicated to them.
        Quote: Aljavad
        kalibr RU June 14, 2016 06:55 a.m. ↑
        And what prevented the creation of such museums in the USSR? Here it is - pure patriotism!


        The same thing that became one of the reasons for the collapse of the USSR. They said one thing, thought - quite another, and did - the third. When making statements about the materialism of the worldview, they rested on "consciousness". And in the glorification of heroes - on their human qualities, which are always and in everything higher than the rotten souls of adversaries. And about technique (and tactics) - it seems like indecent (or secret). And generally speaking! The main weapon of Soviet people is the wise decisions of the Party! Museums have been dedicated to them.


        It's sad! but a fact. And the equipment was divided into "outdated (decommissioned and disposed of) and" modern ", and therefore secret. And in general - you go to the army, everything that needs to be told there.
    2. Pushkar77
      Pushkar77 14 June 2016 13: 12
      +13
      And in what excellent condition the equipment, respect and bow to the owners.
      1. Verdun
        Verdun 14 June 2016 17: 51
        +16
        Quote: Pushkar77
        And in what excellent condition the equipment, respect and bow to the owners.

        His condition is good, but much of this technique is modern replicas. Airplanes are the vast majority, and then you need to understand each individual case. However, this does not detract from the merits of the creators of the exposition. It’s clear that now you get the real LaGG, but you also need to be able to create a good cue. It's a shame that all this once was in sufficient quantities - and tanks, and guns, and armored trains. Yes, just do not appreciate, do not cherish ...
    3. Maksus
      Maksus 16 June 2016 11: 49
      +2
      Chic museum, it’s only a pity that some of the exhibits get wet and freeze on the street. I wish they all were under a spacious roof. A very rich collection.
    4. Stasweb
      Stasweb 16 June 2016 22: 34
      0
      Sorry far away.
  2. Moore
    Moore 14 June 2016 06: 37
    +13
    Great photo story. good
    It is interesting how the exhibition center echoes in style with the building of the museum of Vadim Zadorozhny.
  3. Yak28
    Yak28 14 June 2016 06: 38
    +19
    Good photos, equipment on the street in good condition, not shabby as in the Central Museum of the Armed Forces in Moscow. Article +
  4. dFG
    dFG 14 June 2016 06: 38
    +10
    An excellent museum and an excellent selection, who else would have shot the Cuban in such detail
  5. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 14 June 2016 07: 41
    +17
    Great photo story. good

    "The inscriptions are sometimes funny"

    Is this about draining the coolant? In my opinion, nothing funny. It is no secret that before the coolant was mainly one - water. Which in the winter at night or in unused equipment had to be drained. Just a reminder for technicians, so that out of habit expensive liquid is not drained. what
    1. AlexW
      AlexW 14 June 2016 08: 42
      +11
      Lendlizovskaya equipment immediately came with antifreeze. In the USSR, for a long time, until the 80s, they poured water. In any case, in non-military equipment. How many engines are negligent soldiers thawed - do not count angry
      1. Bayonet
        Bayonet 14 June 2016 13: 36
        +7
        Quote: AlexW
        How many engines negligent soldiers thawed - do not count

        In 1971-73 he served in the 56th auto regiment, in the GSVG. So all the equipment (of the Urals) was with water! Winter in Germany is mild, but they managed to unfreeze the engines. And to run on alarm with two cans of water from the water heater (after you come running to the park) to fill it, and then it happened to oil with a "crooked starter", because the battery is dead - a pleasure!
        For some reason, antifreeze was not used ... request
        1. neri73-r
          neri73-r 14 June 2016 16: 07
          +4
          In our tractor, instead of antifreeze, the solarium was poured, we just didn’t add a little, so that there would be an opportunity to expand!
          1. Bayonet
            Bayonet 14 June 2016 18: 02
            +3
            Quote: neri73-r
            In our tractor, instead of antifreeze, the solarium was poured,

            I saw this when after service for cleaning I got to Kazakhstan, only there they poured into combines. At the beginning of October, the frost was already at night. hi
          2. rotfuks
            rotfuks 16 June 2016 22: 06
            0
            Diesel fuel corrodes the sealing rings of the cylinder block and nozzles. A couple of months in diesel fuel and water is dressed in a sump.
        2. 933454818
          933454818 15 June 2016 16: 20
          +1
          I worked in the Kyzyl-Kum desert like this and there in winter on the so-called. "air" (a drilling rig in which a drill is blown through by air from a compressor) managed to defrost the engine, started it up and drove about 20 kilometers to the base, only water was poured into the cooling system.
        3. Forever so
          Forever so 16 June 2016 10: 30
          +1
          It is believed that one cold start dviguna, mileage of 200 kilometers. Therefore, you will fill in the boiling water, spread the oil on the dvigun by the handle, well, in normal carriers, the dviglo will start with half a turn. It’s true where you take them normal. So the first-year-olds are sent. Although I was finishing a rural driving school, we were chased by all types of engines of the USSR. adjustment and winding from the handle. All my life this science has helped))
        4. rotfuks
          rotfuks 16 June 2016 22: 09
          +1
          Antifreeze was not poured for the reason that in each company there are a couple of drunks trying to get drunk with antifreeze.
      2. Amurets
        Amurets 14 June 2016 13: 49
        +5
        Quote: AlexW
        Lendlizovskaya equipment immediately came with antifreeze. In the USSR, for a long time, until the 80s, they poured water. In any case, in non-military equipment. How many engines are negligent soldiers thawed - do not count angry

        In winter, we constantly had to warm our engines so as not to defrost them. In a new position, where the equipment of the garage for other technical rooms was still going on, the cars were stored on the street and there was a duty driver in the daily outfit for the division, whose duties were to warm the cars in motion so as not to freeze transmission on three TZM tractors and a tracked automatic telephone exchange and to drown the oil and water heating for the rest of the cars. Diesels were always kept hot. At our place, at night, in the winter the frost reached minus fifty. 35-40-started from the end of November and continued in mid-March.
      3. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 14 June 2016 17: 39
        +4
        Quote: AlexW
        In the USSR, for a long time, until the 80s, they poured water. In any case, in non-military equipment.

        Hmm, you think well, back in the 90s, water was an indispensable coolant in the army. yes
    2. Reserve buildbat
      14 June 2016 19: 42
      +4
      This is about "The driver sits on the left" in English)
  6. igordok
    igordok 14 June 2016 07: 52
    +5
    Please tell me, during WWII coupling device Zh.D. wagons were hooks?
    1. hohryakov066
      hohryakov066 14 June 2016 08: 46
      +5
      There is no wagon in the photo. Machine based on the so-called motrissa.
      1. KOMA
        KOMA 14 June 2016 16: 27
        +5
        In the photo the armored car MBV-1, MBV-2 is on Kubinka, you can read more
        Attention! You do not have permission to view hidden text.
        At MBB No. 01, repairs were made with the replacement of the KT-28 guns on the F-34, and in February 1945 of the year it entered the 59 division of the armored trains of the 1 Belorussian Front. In August, the 1953 of the year the motocars were transferred to a military warehouse in Bryansk, after which its traces are lost.
      2. Bayonet
        Bayonet 14 June 2016 18: 14
        +8
        Quote: hohryakov066
        There is no wagon in the photo. Machine based on the so-called motrissa.

        Motorized armored vehicles (MBVs) were designed at SKB-2 of the Kirov Plant in Leningrad in 1936. It was built 2 pieces, operated in 1936 - 1945. The armored car’s armament consisted of three T-28 tank towers installed in the front and middle of the hull (compartment of towers No. 1, 2 and 3), four Maxim airborne machine guns (two on each side) in typical ball-mounted armored train mounts, and a DT machine gun in the rear of the hull and four anti-aircraft machine-gun mounts (in the same department). The latter was retractable and could fire through a hinged roof. An anti-aircraft platform often clung to provide additional anti-aircraft cover to the BIE. In addition, the armored car drove along two more platforms with rails and sleepers for the repair of the track.
        1. Max repp
          Max repp 16 June 2016 11: 59
          +1
          Like a submarine =)
    2. PSih2097
      PSih2097 14 June 2016 08: 49
      +16
      Quote: igordok
      Please tell me, during WWII coupling device Zh.D. wagons were hooks?

      I think that the photo will explain everything ...


    3. Rjn
      Rjn 14 June 2016 09: 01
      +9
      Not only during the Second World War, but also somewhere until the 60s (very approximately) there were no automatic couplings and some twists with hooks were used. I remember for myself in childhood.
      1. 73bor
        73bor 15 June 2016 01: 45
        +3
        Until the 56th year!
    4. Amurets
      Amurets 14 June 2016 14: 08
      +3
      Quote: igordok
      Please tell me, during WWII coupling device Zh.D. wagons were hooks?

      There were automatic couplings and a screw harness. On automatic couplings of that time there were special hooks or ears for the screw harness. I did not have to see the hooks of automatic couplings, but I saw them with my ears. Http://vz.ru/politics/2016/3/31/802699 .html The screw harness was used until 1959.
    5. 73bor
      73bor 15 June 2016 01: 44
      +3
      In WWII, the entire rolling stock was equipped with SA-3 hooks only after the war! There was also a railway specialty "coupler".
    6. pafegosoff
      pafegosoff 15 June 2016 21: 22
      +3
      Auto coupler was rare and more common in four-axle wagons. And so a screed / buffer. Auto brakes have become commonplace (the compressor at the junction stations was refueled with air, because - the compressor in the engine is weak and only works while driving). In general, work on steam locomotives is still. And here are the American Lendliz ... coal supply from the tender with a screw, blowing into the furnace - with steam. Only to the stoker: cleaning, trimming ... (From the story of the father of my childhood friend).
      I’m asking my mom literally now. She worked as a bandage turner in a car depot during the war. He says that it’s rare, but there were still wooden wheels (where the bandages came from).
      Yes, somehow the museum with the "Studebakers" for the BM-13 and others to hurry up ... It seems not an airplane.
      I looked at the museum’s satellite map on Google. Compact, neat, thought out. In childhood, we were virtually engaged in the same things with a relative who was a relative. Even the fact that I filled my hand on the chart, and a friend won prizes at the modeling competitions, is thanks to this cause: love for the technique of war, and through it to our past.
    7. Forever so
      Forever so 16 June 2016 10: 36
      +2
      Hooks and chains, and even with screws, are visible in other photos. http://irontrack.ru/ coupling-arrangement of wagons / By the way, not for the sake of advertising, but knowledge for)) An almost complete collection of wagon couplings. It would be possible to make such a theme with us.
  7. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 14 June 2016 07: 53
    +21
    To the author + and the museum staff +++++ for the exposition! hi
  8. dsm100
    dsm100 14 June 2016 07: 54
    +15
    Gorgeous photo report. Thanks to the author for the positive attitude in the morning.
  9. atos_kin
    atos_kin 14 June 2016 08: 17
    +8
    Verkhnyaya Pyshma rules !!!
  10. Pitot
    Pitot 14 June 2016 08: 28
    +6
    Thanks for the photo. ++
  11. AlexW
    AlexW 14 June 2016 08: 35
    +8
    The author pleased -Thank you! Great photos of a great museum. Technique in exemplary condition. Why is the Sun Museum not so?
    1. kalibr
      kalibr 14 June 2016 08: 39
      +4
      Because it is public, not private! One of the advantages of a market economy, however ...
    2. avt
      avt 14 June 2016 09: 19
      +6
      Quote: AlexW
      Why is the Sun Museum not so?

      And how will it unfold in Moscow? It is necessary to take out the collection of heavy equipment to the same Patriot, well, part to Poklonnaya, and in Moscow leave an archive for scientific work. But the museum in Pyshma is real good cool! Still that on the street at least under a canopy, all the same we do not have a dry desert climate for storage in an open area.
    3. Olezhek
      Olezhek 15 June 2016 11: 02
      +1
      Why is the Sun Museum not so?


      I was there recently - really a technician in a running state ...
  12. Hort
    Hort 14 June 2016 09: 20
    +3
    oh, you need to go, as it brings to Yekaterinburg
  13. Potter
    Potter 14 June 2016 09: 34
    +9
    About some examples of the technology presented in the museum in the technical literature, it was recently believed that they did not survive at all. The same all-wheel-drive pickup truck GAZ 61-417, of which 36 were built in total in 1941. And here you are, please! But this car is the ideological predecessor of the GAZ-69. During the war, the GABTU tried to organize production of a GAZ-61-417 version with a four-cylinder engine from GAZ-MM on GAZ, as native six-cylinder GAZ-11 were in terrible shortage and were produced only as tank engines. It did not work out, there was not enough capacity at GAZ. But on this idea after the war, the GAZ-69 was born.
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 14 June 2016 14: 54
      +4
      Quote: Potter
      It did not work out, there was not enough capacity at GAZ.

      I’ll just add it. The new GAZ engine production intended for the production of GAZ-11 engines, GAZ-202, GAZ-203 power units was transferred to the production of aircraft engines. Therefore, GAZ capacities were not enough. http://koavia.com/about/info_pdf/KO_Almanah_70Victory.pdf Finally I found a link to the GAZ-10 department
      http://koavia.com/about/info_pdf/KO_Almanah_70Victory.pdf
  14. DenZ
    DenZ 14 June 2016 09: 53
    +12
    On Saturday, I went to this museum all day. Already face muzzle burned in the sun. Not the first time there (I go once a year to see new items). There are many new products and everything is very happy. In such splendor of technology, the soul rests right. The V-300 rocket of the S-25 system even has rudders that are mobile (they are tight on pneumatics). In general, everything is very decent. One feels the enormous work of people in maintaining the entire exhibition in a decent form. It is gratifying that the museum is not empty; there are always enough visitors, and, of course, the ubiquitous boys either climb onto the exhibits or shoot from anti-aircraft guns (not really, of course).
  15. alstr
    alstr 14 June 2016 10: 19
    +12
    Yes. Very cool museum. And it all started with a competition for the monument. I remember when there were only a dozen tanks on the site. And over the course of a dozen years, a small site turned into a wonderful museum. I believe that it is not inferior to the central museums. Although some of the exhibits are layouts, but it still does not beg the collection. And of course, it should be noted the support of the URAL ELECTROMED plant, which actually created this museum. Also support for the military district. There should be more such museums. Let there be only layouts. But even that will be better than nothing
    1. Olezhek
      Olezhek 15 June 2016 11: 03
      +2
      I believe that it is not inferior to the central museums.


      And in some ways superior ...
  16. Idiot
    Idiot 14 June 2016 11: 03
    +2
    Perhaps some of the exhibits are remake, which is not difficult in the industrial Urals. This does not detract from the merits of the museum. Gorgeous.
    1. DenZ
      DenZ 14 June 2016 12: 03
      +4
      Quote: pft, fkb
      Perhaps some of the exhibits are remake, which is not difficult in the industrial Urals. This does not detract from the merits of the museum. Smartly

      New remodelers are mainly among the aircraft that are in the museum building (I-15, I-16, Po-2 replicas were ordered in the Czech Republic). Among BTT remodels (replicas) seem to be completely absent. It goes without saying that some cars were restored using new parts. But this does not make the exhibit a complete remake.
  17. evil partisan
    evil partisan 14 June 2016 11: 49
    +2
    Well done Vanya! hi I have a fee yes ... In the "Headquarters" repeat .
    1. Reserve buildbat
      14 June 2016 19: 46
      +3
      Agreed, Yura))) We will agree on time) hi
  18. wanderer_032
    wanderer_032 14 June 2016 13: 49
    +8
    Arttyagach 1950-x.

    ATS-59Г (abbreviated medium artillery tractor) is the Soviet medium tracked high-speed artillery tractor of the 1969 model of the year. Intended for towing trailers, transporting people and various goods on all types of roads and off-road. Adopted in the 1970 year.

    In the Soviet Army, they were used in the 1970 — 1980 years as tractors for towing heavy guns, for example, the 130-mm M-46 guns. Since the mid-1970's, in connection with the reduction of towed artillery in the army, it began to be massively transferred to the national economy.

    Designed by SKB Kurgan Engineering Plant. In connection with the conversion of KMZ to the production of BMP-1, production was transferred to Poland.

    It has an older and simpler analogue - ATS-59 (with a small 2-seat cabin, the rest of the cars are identical). ATS-59 was developed in the 1959 year and was produced before the 1967 year.



    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/АТС-59Г
    1. wanderer_032
      wanderer_032 14 June 2016 14: 02
      +4
      ATS-59 and ATS-59Г on the go:





      1. svd-xnumx
        svd-xnumx 14 June 2016 19: 36
        +1
        ATS-59 and ATS-59Г on the go:
        Smart unit, will be able to participate in races good
  19. Crimea26
    Crimea26 14 June 2016 14: 07
    +7
    Somewhere there was a report that the T-35 is a remake. For the only surviving PRESENT is in Kubinka. Submarine "Malyutok" (like) also did not remain "alive". Only THREE motor-cars were built (for the NKVD troops) - one (real) in Kubinka, but about the rest - nothing is known - most likely also a remake. Armored rubber - 100% - remake.
    But remake remake different! These are great! And that is great!
  20. pigkiller
    pigkiller 14 June 2016 17: 25
    +5
    Awesome exposure! I saw a parade of historical military equipment in Verkhnyaya Pyshma on the 70th anniversary of the Victory.
  21. Grigorievich
    Grigorievich 14 June 2016 17: 30
    +3
    Quote: AlexW
    How many engines negligent soldiers thawed - do not count
    Response

    In our 66-68 winter part, a water heater was heated all day around in the parking lot of the car. I drowned in the car fleet all the time. The drivers had to start the winter, turn the starter, the batteries quickly ran out.
    1. wanderer_032
      wanderer_032 14 June 2016 17: 52
      +3
      Quote: Grigorievich
      In our unit 66-68gg.winter, a water heater was heated all day round in the parking lot.


      And in specially well-organized fleets of vehicles, bends were made from pipes and hoses to each parking lot for hot water from the local boiler house, or steam installations on the same principle, which in a few minutes allowed the engine to warm up without starting it.
      To do this, you just had to open the hood, remove the radiator cap, insert the hose into the radiator neck and open the tap near the parking space of the car (tractor, tractor, etc.).
      Both systems are reliable, only the first has a greater water flow, and the second, in addition to not having such a large water flow, also warms up the engine frozen in the cold.
      1. AlexW
        AlexW 15 June 2016 09: 12
        +1
        In Western Siberia and Kazakhstan, cars were parked in car parks in open parking lots to a long steam exhaust pipe from the boiler room. From the pipe, hot air under pressure through tarpaulin sockets was pumped under the insulated hoods of trucks. Both the unit and the radiator were blown. Water was not drained at night, but it did happen accident at the boiler room and then it’s a shame! The stokegars on duty change and security rushed about like mad draining water belay
  22. Bayonet
    Bayonet 14 June 2016 18: 25
    +3
    In what condition are the exhibits, says a lot. Great museum! good
  23. moskowit
    moskowit 14 June 2016 18: 53
    +1
    The Russian land has not become impoverished Ascetics and Goodness! Thank you so much for this attitude to history. Successes and new rare specimens in the museum's collection.
  24. Reserve buildbat
    14 June 2016 19: 51
    +8
    Thank you all for your kind words)
    There are remakes in the museum, BUT: T-35 - restored from excavations and on the move. Most of the "armor" - from the excavations, were restored either externally or to the state "on the go" and participate in parades on May 9 in Pyshma. Aircraft in the building - layouts. On the street - remakes and restoration. Submarine "Baby" - a remake of the drawings. Most of the VOV tanks are from excavations, with holes and marks from bullets and shells.
    1. bionik
      bionik 15 June 2016 03: 48
      +3
      Quote: stock buildbat
      with holes and marks from bullets and shells.

      Tint red.
  25. proud
    proud 14 June 2016 21: 48
    +3
    It is nice to know that among the oligarchs there are still decent people who care not only about bank accounts but also about the history of their country! Sometimes I sincerely want to say thanks to Potanin, Alisher Usmanov, and of course to Vadim Zadorozhny and the Kozitsyn brothers!
  26. Rubon
    Rubon 15 June 2016 03: 51
    +1
    However, pleasantly surprised! hi
    The only thing I want to ask the people who have been to the exhibition is whether it is convenient to go around the exhibits, the pictures look like either from the right or only from the left, you can inspect the exhibits, the fences interfere.
    1. DenZ
      DenZ 15 June 2016 09: 09
      +3
      Quote: Rubon
      The only thing I want to ask the people who have been to the exhibition is whether it is convenient to go around the exhibits, the pictures look like either from the right or only from the left, you can inspect the exhibits, fences interfere

      Some exhibits can be walked 360 degrees, some only 180 or even in a narrower sector. BUT! I asked the guard to go behind the fence in order to take a detailed photo of the TU-2 (climb nearby) I was allowed without any problems "only quickly" they said.
  27. aba
    aba 15 June 2016 07: 20
    +6
    Cannon "Long Tom". This lanky did not want to get into the lens

    Great report, thanks! It is a pity that the weather let us down a little: photography is a light painting.
    And when the object does not want to fit into the frame, you can take a few frames and glue the panorama, there are 5 frames, the Aviation Museum in Monino:
  28. rune
    rune 15 June 2016 09: 16
    +3
    Many thanks to the author! Great report. hi
  29. oleggun
    oleggun 15 June 2016 09: 20
    +2
    Nifigase what a museum there is! The number and quality of exhibits is amazing! I didn’t know ... (
  30. Navy7981
    Navy7981 15 June 2016 10: 08
    +1
    Thanks to the author !!!
  31. cedar
    cedar 15 June 2016 10: 44
    +2
    Well done Urals! I am pleasantly surprised that there is a museum of such a scale and quality in the Urals. An excellent counter-wedge to the disruptive EBN Center. I bow to the founders of the Museum of "Battle Glory of the Urals". Urals "Keep it up!"
    Fight fire with fire!
    1. samoletil18
      samoletil18 15 June 2016 14: 17
      +3
      The EBN Center was created with state money, and this museum is private, and in some ways popular. They don’t take money for entering the territory, and in the museum building for 100 rubles, it seems, and only from an adult - up to 18 years old for free! Well, a buffet yet, and inexpensive. Street exposure still needs to be circumvented! My son and I periodically go there, he refuses to, and I do not mind a penny out of gratitude to support.
      The EBN Center also has a paid entrance fee of 200 rubles, to beneficiaries - 100 rubles. Compare. But the people go there (to the EBN Center) rather weakly if schoolchildren are brought there for money voluntarily and forcibly.
      1. primers
        primers 15 June 2016 15: 52
        +3
        however interesting infa about tickets. I wouldn't go to EBN for nothing. I remember very well that time, which cannot be called otherwise than by the words "God knows what". By the way, its mess reminds the current Ukraine.
  32. Spitfire
    Spitfire 15 June 2016 13: 12
    +2
    the author is definitely a "plus". "Marine reconnaissance", by the way, is MBR-2. Used as a bomber jacket too. Presnyakov, "Above the waves of the Baltic".
  33. Sigi3mund
    Sigi3mund 15 June 2016 13: 36
    +2
    An armored train car can turn out from T-35)
  34. potapych
    potapych 15 June 2016 14: 01
    +1
    grandiose !!!!!!!!!! need to go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  35. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 15 June 2016 14: 08
    +2
    Class Museum! Oh, to go there.

    Quote: aba
    Cannon "Long Tom". This lanky did not want to get into the lens

    Great report, thanks! It is a pity that the weather let us down a little: photography is a light painting.
    And when the object does not want to fit into the frame, you can take a few frames and glue the panorama, there are 5 frames, the Aviation Museum in Monino:

    not so long ago An-22 flew in quietly and you will not notice
    1. aba
      aba 20 June 2016 18: 01
      0
      Class Museum! Oh, to go there.

      We must, we must go! I was still a student at the Kubinka under the Union, though without a camera, it was part of the curriculum. Now I want to go there with a camera. wink
  36. Munchhausen
    Munchhausen 15 June 2016 15: 04
    +2
    An impressive line of heavy tanks. Sorry IS-3 did not have time for war.
  37. primers
    primers 15 June 2016 15: 48
    +2
    Thanks for the photo! Excellent exposure and condition of the exhibits !!!
  38. SlavaP
    SlavaP 15 June 2016 18: 24
    +3
    Many thanks to the author for an interesting report and to all colleagues for comments. This is especially important for me, since I will never be able to go on my own and see everything with my own eyes.
  39. Forever so
    Forever so 16 June 2016 10: 41
    +2
    Interestingly, but the line of strands, these are the tanks raised, about which films are from their lifts ??
  40. xomaNN
    xomaNN 16 June 2016 11: 57
    +2
    A worthy military exhibition. Well done Ural!
    Armored vehicles of the Second World War in many ways remodels or genuine restored with the original parts?
  41. Mikado
    Mikado 16 June 2016 17: 40
    +1
    Awesome article! The author is deeply grateful to you! hi
    Interestingly, only 2 armored cars were released. The only surviving one is in Kubinka. Traces of the second were lost, they write, most likely, butchered in the 1960s. It turns out, here is a replica? But what a! Well done! good
  42. Zhnec
    Zhnec 16 June 2016 19: 30
    +1
    T-90 is cool
  43. su163
    su163 17 June 2016 13: 43
    0
    I was there in 2008. There was no such diversity. May it grow and prosper. Not everything is placed in the capitals.
  44. Kulneff2009
    Kulneff2009 17 June 2016 15: 40
    0
    It was several times. Each time something new is added. You need to go there with a frequency of half a year!
  45. maks8686.86
    maks8686.86 11 July 2016 09: 26
    +1
    Moreover, many exhibits are on the move and take part in the May 9 parade in Verkhnyaya Pyshma and Yekaterinburg