Do you feel like seeing the inside of a former submarine vessel which is now being used as a museum?
Submarine watches you!
That stuff in the “radio room” looks like it was stuffed in there as an after though. I hope that’s just a display and not how it really was. Like maybe it was storage for radio’s or something.
It’s for exhibition only.
The master piece of old time “manual engineering”.
20,000 leagues under the sea?
Good book….Better Movie
Thanks ER for another good article.
Oh… You suffered a lot in there?… Russian Navy is no Carnival Cruise. It’s mission is to produce tough proven sailors, to sink ships and blow up targets. Not to get you spoiled and lazy.
Remember me? That night in the shower… and Boris.
Don’t worry my dear baby boy. Those paper jumpsuits… I can’t forget I’ve also spent some time with numerous sweaty sailors in my room… I remember some of them were Russian… Mommy knows. It would soon pass my dear.
Musa, no child was hurt here. I enjoyed my experience, and only my son, a fat adult who can’t forget his experiences with a lot of Russians in a tight space.
Now I understand why this guy hates anything related to Russia. He was traumatized by 67 hardened Russian sailors who watched him cry for pizza and a private toilet.
Where is it located at? I would like to go see it.
A visit to a museum with a Russian submarine is very interesting. Is it also in Crimea?
Sure one hell of a Amateur Radio Station on that sub. But lets face it you didn’t talk to these guys on duty crusing eastern coast of USA. The call sign is familiar. 73 VE3FFD
Also curious as to the location of this. Perhaps in Piscaryovka in north-east St. Petersburg? It’s a small place and at first glance looks to be a playground. But they have a sub outside in the yard and a small museum next to it.
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