Interesting way to display an La-7...
... not sure about the authenticity of the camouflage though...
The murals were interesting....
M3 Half Track .......
....and its German equivalent - the SdKfz 251.
M4 Sherman suppplied to the Soviet Union under Lend-Lease.
Inside the main building was this superbly restored Yak-9.....
....in the markings of Hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Kleshev.
Another superb exhibit - a Yak-3.
A Yak-11 trainer.
Restored Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6 - Werke Nummer 411768...
This SPAD Replica is about to be raised into place inside the main hall.
Yakovlev 'Pchela 1M' UAV.
Photo on the wall showing a Yak-3 in formation with a Yak-38.
Wind tunnel model of the Yak-44 Shipborne AWACS project.
Another wind tunnel model - this time a Yak-141.
Selection of Yak trainers hanging from the ceiling....
Yakovlev 'AIR-14' or 'UT-1'.
Yakovlevs first powered aircraft - the 'AIR-1'.
The car collection is fantastic - although I couldn't identify them all (although they all have labels). This is a BMW....
....as is this.....
The badge says Delahaye!
Mercedes 540K (I think?)
This Alfa-Romeo looked magnificent!
Massive Soviet-era Zil limousine.
As well as aircraft and cars - there were some motorbikes...
The badge identifies this as a BMW!
...don't know about this one though....
In the grounds outside was this tank - the label of which identified it as an experimental RPTK tank 'Rubin'.
I think this is a T-72?
Russian SP Gun.
Mil Mi-1 helicopter.
Although we were not allowed to take photographs this year - I did get permission to snap this wing panel from a Baade 150..
....and the escape capsule from a USAF F-111 shot down over Vietnam.