|T - 80|
I managed to spend an afternoon at the Russian Museum of Artillery and well worth it too. The museum is situated next to the Peter and Paul Fortress about 5 mins walk from the nearest metro (tube) station. There is a large area outside the museum with lots and I mean lots of larger exhibits. Entrance to the museum is 300 roubles (about £4.25) and there a two very large floors of exhibits. All the info is in Russian but that really doesn't lessen the experience.
In the mid to late eighties I was pretty sure that I would see the T 80 above rolling towards me from a foxhole in the Western German plain, it was much better seeing it under these circumstances.
I will let the pictures do the talking from here, if you do recognise any of the stuff I don't know leave a message below.
|Pic 2 guessing a mine layer|
|Pic 3 looks like an underwater MTLB any ideas ?|
|Pic 4 lots of SP Artillery|
|Pic 5 AA row|
|Pic 6 For those hard to take out bunkers|
|Pic 7 That's a big gun ! Any Ideas|
|Pic 8 SP Gun ISU 122 ?|
|Pic 9 Looks like some sort of automatic trench digger|
|Pic 10 Field Art Row 1|
|Pic 11 AA towed row|
|Pic 12 Field Art row 2|
|Pic 13 Large unidentified SP Gun|
|Pic 14 Russian MRLS|
|Pic 14 Field Art row 3|