Some photographs selection from the armor museum Kubinka.
A light half-track mover NK-101. Rather interesting design.
Infantry tank MkII Matilda III.
A test heavy self-propelled artillery vehicle ISU-152.
A willing horse – T4.
This tank is in one of the most interesting parts of the museum – a hall of German armor. Visitors of the hall are met by this creepy product of Germanic genius – Mine Exploder. Made in 1942 in the only copy. Doesn’t it remind Star Wars somehow?
Half-track truck 12t Typ DBs 10 (Sd.Kfz.8).
An American battle tank М3, 1941.
This cruiser is one of the most beautiful tanks here – a heavy one T-35 – five towers, double-decked location of weapons.
SU-14-2. 152-mm a heavy self-propelled artillery vehicle. Two test models were produced in 1940. In September 1940 their development was ceased.
An English heavy tank Conqueror, 1954. It was changed for a Soviet tank KV.
Inspiring with respect IS-2.
Armored car BA-27M seeing action on the Khalkhin-Gol in 1939.
A Soviet SU-100U.
An attack mortar Gerat 040 “Karl”, a hellish vehicle, 600mm gauge.
SU-152 “Zveroboy” (“Hunter”).
A test heavy four-crawler tank “Object 279”. USSR, 1959.
A famous vehicle – PzKpfw V “Panther”.
Tank MK5, 1918. Supposedly, there remained little of them in the world. A very interesting exhibit.
380mm attack mortar SturmTiger.
Baby – “Stuart”.
Light tank Vickers-Armstrong. Series of 1937. A sign in front of it says it’s the only one remained, it’s not even a rarity …