Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Yes, we still can see interesting models and installations of the Soviet science achivements, researches and inventions. But some of them are hidden from our eyes, they are stored at places we cannot easily enter when we want.

Aircraft engines are fascinating and impressive. They are so complicated and huge, their purpose is to lift not only themselves up in the air but also loaded aircrafts.

So it is always interesting to examine and touch them, even if they are abandoned and are going to be scrapped soon.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Various measuring devices.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

The old rocket engine lies on the floor.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

It’s the entrance to the main hall.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

There are different parts of fighter and helicopter engines here.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

It’s a helicopter engine.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Meanwhile we are going up to the second floor…

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

… to find these models there.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

“Social and medical aspects of alcoholism”.

Last Refuge of Aircraft Engines

Nobody can freely come here and see all this, but some people like to break the rules and only thanks to them we can see such images at least.

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