Most of the planes stored in the hangar today were found in the Kola peninsular and restored in the 70-80s. In 1998 the roof of the hangar collapsed and damaged many of them. So they look quite miserable. Nevertheless they are still precious, every plane has its own real history…
It was even shot in a movie.
IL-2 found in 1978.
It was restored in 1995-96.
Its pictures dated 1996 when it was first shown to public.
Empty cabin of a pilot.
Yak-9R that was crashed in 1944 in Belarus, later restored in Kiev.
Ме-109G-6 found in 1991 in Yavrozero lake.
SB plane allagedly restored from three aircrafts found in 1979-80.
View of the pilot’s cabin.
The screw does not seem to be original.
The engine is still here.
Pipes from nowhere.
Drops of paint.
MiG-17 next to the SB.
Hawker Hurricane found in 1981.
I-16 found in 1980 55 km away from Murmansk.
The wheels are not probably original.
Only the engine is original.
Plane on skis.
Cabin of Po-2.
MBR-2 found in 1981.
The same plane in 1996, before the collapse of the roof.
Fighter Yak-7b found in 1978 not far from Murmansk.
The wheel is not original.
Bombs or not?
Aerial torpedo under Il-4.
Bombs under Yak-38.
Another one, belonging to Ka-25 helicopter.
Radio-controlled target La-17.
Sovit boundary sign.
ZiS-5 with an anti-aircraft gun.