In my first review of the museum (Verkhnyaya Pyshma. Autumn 2021.), I spoke rather superficially about the open exhibition, mainly about my favorite armored vehicles, for the purpose of first acquaintance. I left entire layers of exhibits outside the scope of the narrative, and they deserve at least a mention.
The oldest aircraft composition
obscured by a commercially profitable go-kart track. And the seaplane included in it remains, in my opinion, in the status of the first model. Surely everyone had one – crookedly assembled, painted with a brush, proudly demonstrated to their mother (wife) with approval and standing in the far corner for years – out of sight in wretchedness, but causing nostalgia
and pride in the excellence now achieved, personified, in this case, by soaring jet fighters.
And I didn’t tell you that there are two more aircraft in front of the Wings of Victory pavilion
During the previous visit, the railway component was unavailable, so I will briefly mention it.
That’s exactly how the railroad exposition it doesn’t enter the top level
But like a military railway, here ahead of all competitors
These exhibits have their copies in 1/35 scale
These can be easily converted to these options when using the aftermarket
It is simply not possible to tell in full and in full about the museum. Here is a row of armored personnel carriers going into the distance.
Here’s a real cannon alley
Someone was wondering about the right shade of green paint on tanks recently. Here is a palette for you to choose from.
And here is the answer to the eternal question: “What is the difference a between the T-54 and T-55?”
And as always, I left behind the naval theme