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.
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.
Model of the gun for destruction of reconnaissance aerostats.
Much more equipment in the hangar is waiting for restoration.
Tyres for Tu-95.
For pumping Su-24M wheels lots of operations are required.
And much equipment.
The generator stalled all the time so they had to stretch the cable from the closest light tower.
Couches of Tu-144 need some cleaning after wintertime spent in the hangar.
Mirror frames were specially made to replace the lost ones.
The racks have been painted.
Models of thermoses are gifts of the plane.
Small details: socket of internal communication.
Sink hidden under the stairs.
Lower deck kitchen.
Big baggage compartment.
Long-haul airliner inside.
Front glass of the Tu-144 cab.
Mi-6PZH, Mi-1, Mi-2.
Airborne command post Mi-6AYA.
Yak-25 – they have been trying to turn it into a battle-plane.