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    Default Tank Museum, Kubinka, Russia

    http://www.tankmuseum.ru/index_e.html

    Chevan, Sneaksie, Jasa, have you ever been there?

    P.S. It's Kubinka, not Kubina
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovalski
    http://www.tankmuseum.ru/index_e.html

    Chevan, Sneaksie, Jasa, have you ever been there?

    P.S. It's Kubinka, not Kubina
    Unfortunately , I have never been in Kubinka.
    But thanks for the link.

    Do somebody know what's this?


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    Rolling Mine exploder NK-101

    Troyanov super- heavy tank with double treads.

    But this one is a mystery for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovalski

    But this one is a mystery for me
    This is the railroad car of the armored train. This train acted on the railroad Moscow-Leningrad, and during the blockade of Leningrad, protected city from the German troops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    This is the railroad car of the armored train. This train acted on the railroad Moscow-Leningrad, and during the blockade of Leningrad, protected city from the German troops.
    Is it "Kirovsky"?

    Great armoured train! For this time the most modern design.

    Below original design with T-28 turrets - "Striemitielny".


    "Kirovsky" had, (unless I'm again wrong), T-34 turrets fitted which was a nice combination.

    Chevan, when "Kirovsky" had them turrets fitted?

    Cheers,

    lancer44

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancer44 View Post
    Is it "Kirovsky"?

    Great armoured train! For this time the most modern design.

    Below original design with T-28 turrets - "Striemitielny".


    "Kirovsky" had, (unless I'm again wrong), T-34 turrets fitted which was a nice combination.

    Chevan, when "Kirovsky" had them turrets fitted?

    Cheers,

    lancer44
    Yes , mate , this is "Striemitielny". The self-propelled armored the railroad car.
    It was builded in 1937 , firstly it was "MBV-2".
    It had 3 T-28 turrets. It had great maximum speed -120 km/h.
    It was bilded just 2 MBV-2. One was destroed by german aviation in 1941 near the Lugansk.
    Another one took the active part in defence of Leningrad.
    It was re-armamemt in 1943 - got the F34 guns (frpom T-34-76) and was re-named to the "Striemitielny".

    after the war in 1948-1951 it was modernized (changed the engine) but after this it was sent to the Kubinka musein.

    Cheers.

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