The following photographs were taken by me and may not be used without my express permission.
Mi-1 in Aeroflot markings photographed at Ulyanovsk
Mi-1M at the Khodynka museum, Moscow.
Another Czech machine - this time without rotor blades.
Yet another Czech example.
Polish Mi-1. Note the different shaped nose, windows and bulged roof.
This is probably a Polish built SM-1 variant.
Same machine showing the raised roof line.
Instrument panel on a machine at the Budapest Technical School.
Interior of the same Hungarian machine.
Close up of the AI-26V radial engine.
Hungarian Mi-1 with panels removed shwing engine bay etc.
Hungarian Mi-1 photographed at the Budapest Museum of Transport.
Close-up of the stretcher pannier.
Polish built SM-2 variant with new nose and five seats.
Polish SM-2 at the Krakow Museum.
Another view of the SM-2 showing the open nose panel to allow carriage of a stretcher.
Rear seats in SM-2
Front cockpit of SM-2
Rather dilapidated SM-2 gate guardian at Deblin AFB, Poland.