Museum of railway equipment

• Museum of railway equipment

railway equipment Museum of NA Akulinina, which is within 15 km from Novosibirsk - the largest museum of its kind in the Urals.

I was curious to see this museum, especially after the summer with friends, we were in the Brest Museum of railway equipment. By Belarusian counterpart on the number of Novosibirsk Museum exhibits virtually no lags - of slightly less than 70. In addition to railway equipment there is a small but interesting collection of automobile industry.

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exhibits of railway equipment collected in the museum, which were used on the roads of Western Siberia. Guess why there is such a beast?

Museum of railway equipment

On the subway River Station on the shuttle bus to go just 15-20 minutes, no more. Get off at Sower.

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It mixer for transportation of molten pig iron:

Museum of railway equipment

Seeing such railcars, for some reason I just remember the adventures of Indiana Jones. In some of the series, he rode on trolleys in the mines. Well aware that the path narrower, and other trucks in the mines, but the associations have association

Museum of railway equipment

Siberia - it's snow, snow everywhere, so also on the railroad snow tools are needed:

Museum of railway equipment

This is another snowthrower, with another principle of operation. It collects the snow with snow paths and then rolls on the conveyor and dumps from different sides of the tracks. For the first time in my life seen such a thing:

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Crane, from modern developments. On the platform, apparently, an old trolley:

Museum of railway equipment

Another snowthrower. Just some icebreaker!

Museum of railway equipment

In such carriages transporting bitumen:

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But the functionality of this chair under the composition remained a mystery to me. Who knows why?

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model 1896, was built in 1929. Built in Odessa:

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Electric. It seems to be nothing special:

Museum of railway equipment

Surprisingly its origin - Skoda, Czechoslovakia. It turns out that the 50 of the 90 for the USSR in Plzen made locomotives. For me it turned out to be an interesting fact. It turns out that the Soviet people in full riding a Skoda with 50s

Museum of railway equipment

Vladimir Lenin, the axial load 22ts modernized. Produced 47 to '68. So far, 12 of these are used in the Chelyabinsk CHP-2 and Steel Works. I like this electric locomotive seemed like a spider - a lot of eyes, windows, round red plugs, headlights, and below the claws

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On the left - experienced tep80 locomotive, built in Kolomna diesel locomotive factory. A total of 2 models. The second railway museum in St. Petersburg. Noteworthy this model is the fact that in 1993 at the St. Petersburg locomotive speed record was registered among all the locomotives in the world - 271 km / h. A Right - Vladimir Lenin, 23, who came to replace the "spider". Due to simplicity of design were considered the most reliable electric locomotives in 60-80h Years:

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Wagon-magnetic flaw. For the first time in my life I saw a car with bay windows. Such carriages have been used to detect rail defects coating. The principle of operation is based on magnetic finder using magnetodynamic field arising in the rail when the magnetization of a permanent magnet moving it. A defect is detected by the change in the density of eddy currents and the direction of movement of the magnetic flow around the crack in the rail:

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, Kharkov passenger locomotive TEP-10 "Arrow". interesting portholes

Museum of railway equipment

TEP-60 Kolomna Diesel Locomotive Plant. Made 60 to 85 years and are still used in Belarus:

Museum of railway equipment

A platform dedicated to vintage cars. In some, you can get there on their own, and some only with guides.

Museum of railway equipment

ascetic:

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This is the interior of the car for the transport of prisoners:

Museum of railway equipment

a subway car. Such once traveled to Moscow:

Museum of railway equipment

The wagon for transportation of apatite which serves as a basic fertilizer, detergent, tooth paste and in the food industry:

Museum of railway equipment

ER200 Riga Carriage Works. 200 figure hints at cruising speed. The first such set up in 1973, but only began to be used in 1984 on the route Moscow-Leningrad:

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As I said in the beginning, there is a bonus exhibition of vintage cars:

Museum of railway equipment

Katyusha - ZIS-5, and the famous lorry GAZ AA. Lorry was called due to payload of 1.5 tons and was originally copied from a Ford AA:

Museum of railway equipment

On the left - GAZ-51 - the most massive Soviet truck. In mass production was in 1946, although the first prototypes were assembled before the Great Patriotic War. Total issued nearly 3.5 million copies of various modifications. According to Soviet drawings produced in Korea, China and Poland. Right -GAZ 63A - four-wheel drive truck. Produced 20 years from 1948 to 1968. The degree of commonality with the counterpart on the left side frame 80%:

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The invention of the Kharkov Tractor Factory:

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Another looker from the same place:

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Passenger ATV. It is terrible to imagine that this was done only some 20 years ago, a penny:

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Forgot to read it and was glad to hear from you, what kind of unit

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heavy artillery tractor AT T 25. Produced at the Kharkov plant Malyshev from 1947 to 1979:

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And the collection of cars, most of which are quite familiar to my generation:

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hipster Muscovite:

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And of course the humpback Zaporozhets

Museum of railway equipment