4 Volunteer Restoration For Old Planes

Volunteer Restoration For Old Planes

Posted on August 13, 2014 by team


The museum of aviation in Monino, Moscow region is constantly supported by volunteers who considerably contribute to preservation of old vehicles. Let’s see what they did in May-June, 2014.

Po-2 stands in a hangar waiting for its transportation to Rostov.

Il-10M and Vertol 44C under restoration.

The area where they work is hazardous, broken glass may fall on heads.

On a wing of Il-10M.

Washing procedure.

The hangar has become more spacious.

They move planes by means of a KrAZ. Its constant repair is a headache for the guys.

Restoration of Yak-17.

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4 Responses to “Volunteer Restoration For Old Planes”

  1. I would love to visit there one day, but I don’t think I could ever leave once I get there! So many planes!

  2. Sergray says:

    “Couches of Tu-144 need some cleaning…”

    This is TU-114.

  3. dana says:

    good job…but they dont need money?…lol

  4. Martinus van Brederode says:

    According to online source, that Boeing Vertol V44 (N74056) was once used by Brezhnev and/or Kruschev. I hope they can restore it to a nice condition – it’s already 67 years old.

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