Antonov An-30 used as an 'Open Skies' aircraft.
An-30 - where's that Amodel kit ???
Smart looking An-26 of the Transport Regiment.
An-24B looking rather nice.....
Tupolev Tu-134A-3 - note the 'Balkany' HF antenna on the aft fuselage.
Mi-8MT looking rather smart.
Early Mi-8 'Salon' variant - note the rectangular windows.
Early Mi-8T with rather faded paintwork.....
Another Hip - this time a Mi-8MT.
Not part of the Aviation Brigade - this Genex An-26B was sat on the top ramp area.
Another 'visitor' - a Tu-154B-2.
More 'squatter' airframes - Tu-154, Il-76's & An-12.
Dassault Falcon 20E and Yak-40 of Aerostar Airlines.
Transport Brigade An-30 - note how the tow bar accomodates the undernose radome.
More An-30's - with and without radomes.
Even more faded Tu-134.
This Mi-8MTV was being worked on - all opened up.
Soviet T-62 tank acting as Gate Guard at the Museum.
Lisunov L-2 (Licence-built DC-3) - part of the small aircraft collection.
MiG-17 is spurious camouflage.
This MiG-23 was opened up for inspection - for a small fee.........
..... which I took advantage of.
All the exhibits in the park have been repainted in this ficticious colour scheme - including this Yak-9.
RSD-10 'Pioneer' IRBM - NATO SS-20 Saber.
200 ft tall 'Rodina Mat' (Mother Motherland) statue in the middle of Victory Park.
Statues commemorating the Great Patriotic War.
Mi-24 on the way out........
.... looking down from the ramparts onto the aviation exhibits.
MiG-23 now opened for viewing.
Statue to the Viking founders of Kiev in the park.
We stopped to photograph this steam locomotive on the way back to the hotel....