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KUBINKA NIIBT RESEARCH COLLECTION - RESERVE COLLECTION, KUBINKA, MOSCOW OBLAST, RUSSIA



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Latitude, Longitude: 55.565552 , 36.713042
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Tanks Previously Here: 1: T-44M Tank - Poklonnaya Gora Victory Park, Moscow, Moscow Oblast, Russia (ca early 1990s)


For collection information see entry for Kubinka: Soviet Vehicles.

Hall 8, Hall 9 and External Storage Area: Reserve Collection



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Latitude, Longitude:55.565552, 36.713042
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177) BREM-1 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Soviet


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Hall 8. This vehicle mounts a hydraulic crane and front dozer blade on a T-72 chassis.


178) BREM-1 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Soviet


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Hall 8.


179) T-72BV Tank Soviet


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Hall 8.


180) T-80U Tank Soviet


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Hall 8.


181) T-90 Tank Soviet


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Hall 8. This is an example of the latest Russian main battle tank to enter service.


182) T-55S Almaz Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Collection number 214 painted on left turret side.

Hall 8. The T-55S or T-55 Almaz (‘Diamond’) was a prototype version that did not enter production. It consisted of a standard T-55 modified in 1961; changes included the addition of specialised television monitoring devices, one at the top centre of the glacis plate for the driver and one on either side of the turret roof for the commander and gunner. It was previously on display in Hall 2 (where it is shown).


183) Obiekt 167 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 569
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Other Identification: Collection number 219 painted on left turret side.

Hall 8. The Obiekt 167T, or “Obiekt 167 c GTD” (‘Project 167 with GTD’), was an experimental vehicle built in 1962 and mounting an 800hp GTD gas turbine engine. It was removed from Hall 2 (where it is shown) early in 1997.


184) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 597
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Other Identification: Turret number “1-24” and Guards insignia, previously “100” and Guards insignia.

This T-34 is in running order and takes part in displays.


185) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


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Unique ID: 598
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Other Identification: Number “204” and Guards insignia on superstructure sides.

This is a 1946 production SU-100M in running order and has taken part in open day displays. It has damaged roadwheel tyres.


186) IS-3M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 599
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Other Identification: Turret number “111” and Guards insignia.

This IS-3M is in running order and has taken part in displays including the Tankman’s Day in September 1996.


187) Type 4 Ke-Nu Light Tank Japanese


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This Ke-Nu was restored at Kubinka. It has since been provided for displays around Moscow but its current location is unknown.


188) T-55A Tank Soviet


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Hall 9. This T-55A has an unidentified box on the left of the turret. (Source: R. Stickland).


189) T-55AM Tank Soviet


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Hall 9.


190) T-80 Tank Soviet


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Hall 9. This appears to be a prototype with a T-72 engine deck and therefore probably a V-46 series engine. It may be an Obiekt 219, or possibly an Obiekt 478. (Source: R. Stickland).


191) T-64 Driver Training Tank Soviet


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Hall 9. This tank is fitted with a fixed superstructure and a cab in place of the turret and intended for driver training.


192) Obiekt 430 Tank Soviet


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Hall 9. This appears to be an Obiekt 430 series prototype, possibly an Obiekt 432, but has unidentified boxes on the right track guard. (Source: R. Stickland).


193) Obiekt 219A Tank Soviet


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Hall 9. (Source: R. Stickland).


194) Obiekt 219RD Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 607
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Hall 9.


195) BTR-50PU Armoured Personnel Carrier Soviet


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Hall 9.


196) BTR-50PN Armoured Personnel Carrier Soviet


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Hall 9.


197) BTR-50KR Armoured Personnel Carrier Soviet


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Hall 9.


198) T-64 Experimental Prototype Soviet


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Hall 9. This is a prototype of the T-64K command tank and has the turret welded to the hull.


199) Obiekt 644 Tank Soviet


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Hall 9. This is an engine test-bed prototype of the T-72 tank.


200) 2S3 Self-Propelled Howitzer Soviet


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Hall 9. This is a 2S3 self-propelled howitzer fitted with a large 2m diameter searchlight mounted on the rear of the hull in place of the armament (source: R. Fleming).


201) T-34 Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: It carries a turret number “271” and a glacis number, “6”.

Beside Hall 9. This is a very early T-34, a Model 1941 (STZ), probably the oldest surviving T-34 in Russia. It is missing its roadwheels and tracks and has large cracks in its armour. It has plates welded over the apertures in the hull, and may have been used as an armoured observation post on a firing range.


202) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “101” and Guards insignia.

Beside Hall 9. This M-1946 has a Krasnoye Sormovo turret. It is missing its roadwheels and tracks.


203) IS-3M Tank Soviet


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Row A.


204) T-10 Tank Soviet


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Row A. This T-10 is one of two that were acquired in 1996. It had previously served as a plinth vehicle.


205) T-10 Tank Soviet


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Row A.


206) ISU-152 Assault Gun Soviet


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Row A.


207) T-62D Drozd Tank Soviet


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Row A. This is a T-62 fitted with a Drozd active armour system. It has sensor boxes around the turret sides and four launchers (apparently still armed) grouped together either side of the main gun.


208) IS-2 Tank Soviet


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Row A.


209) BTR-50PU Armoured Personnel Carrier Soviet


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Row A.


210) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


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On roadway.


211) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 624
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Other Identification: Slogan “За Родину!” painted on turret side.

Row B. M-1944. The Russian slogan translates as “For the motherland”.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


212) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “945” and Guards insignia.

Row B. M-1944.


213) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Slogan “За Родину!” and Guards insignia painted on turret side.

Row B. M-1946. This appears to be a Model 1946 that is missing the distinctive front turret ventilator.


214) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Row B. M-1944.


215) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 628
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Other Identification: Red star marking.

Row B. M-1944.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


216) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


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Unique ID: 629
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Other Identification: Number “040” and Guards insignia on superstructure sides.

Row B.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


217) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Row B. M-1944.


218) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


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Unique ID: 631
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Row B.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


219) T-44 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 632
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Other Identification: Turret number “222”.

Row B.


220) T-34-85M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 633
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Other Identification: Turret number “501” and glacis number “3”.

Row B. This is an M-1945 with M-1969 upgrade that has also been refitted with starfish roadwheels, producing a model often known simply as the T-34-85M. It has had its gun barrel cut short.


221) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 634
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Other Identification: Turret number “576” and glacis number “2”. Slogan “За Родину!” painted on turret side.

Row B. M-1945.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


222) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 635
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Other Identification: Guards insignia. Glacis number “5”.

Row B. M-1946.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


223) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 636
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Other Identification: Glacis number “1”.

Row B. M-1945.


224) BT-7 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 637
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Other Identification: Turret number “005” and red star marking.

By roadway, near Row B. M-1937. In 1935 the BT-5 tank was improved by the introduction of a powerful new M 17T engine in a modified hull, resulting in the BT-7. This BT-7 is missing its tracks, some of its roadwheels and many other parts. Much of it is damaged, including its gun barrel.


225) BT-7 Tank Soviet


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By roadway, near Row B. This BT-7 consists of a wrecked chassis sitting upside down. It is missing its turret, tracks, some of its roadwheels and many other parts. It has a BA-10 turret sitting on it.


226) Obiekt 440 Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “216”.

Row C. This is an unusual variant of the T-64. It is fitted with a number of brackets on the hull and turret sides for the mounting of pontoons.


227) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 640
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Other Identification: Turret number “101”.

Row C. M-1944.


228) IS-2 Tank Soviet


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Row C. This IS-2m shows signs of battle damage including a shell penetration in the left turret side. It also has unusual holes in the lower hull at front and rear which have previously been plated over (source: R. Stickland).


229) IS-2M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 642
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Other Identification: Turret number “025”.

Row C.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


230) IS-2M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 643
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Other Identification: Turret number “070” and Guards insignia.

Row C.


231) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Row C. M-1944. This T-34 is missing its tracks which are piled on the engine deck. It has a faint inscription on the turret side.
Removed (current location and status unknown).


232) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 645
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Other Identification: Turret number “500” and Guards insignia.

Row C. M-1945.


233) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Row C. M-1944.


234) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 647
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Other Identification: Faint turret number “193”.

Row C. M-1946. This T-34 is missing its right track which is piled on the engine deck.


235) PT-76B Amphibious Light Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “848”.

Row C.


236) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 649
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Other Identification: Turret number “10”.

Row C. M-1944.


237) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 650
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Other Identification: Turret number “200”.

Row C. M-1944.


238) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Row C. M.1945. This T-34 is fitted with T-54 type tracks (source: R. Stickland).


239) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “028” and Guards insignia.

Row C. M-1945. This T-34 has the turret number on the left side of the turret and four different insignia on the right side. It is fitted with RShM tracks.


240) BTT-1 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Soviet


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Row C/D. This ARV appears to be in a very poor condition. It has had its rear storage cage and earth anchor removed (source: R. Stickland).


241) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 654
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Other Identification: Turret number “080” and Guards insignia.

Row C/D. M-1946. It is believed that this T-34, along with "028" (Unique ID #652), may have been a former gate guardian removed when Soviet forces withdrew from former Warsaw Pact states; it is missing its hull machine-gun mount and is fitted with RShM tracks (source: R. Stickland).


242) Obiekt 612 Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “219”.

Row D. This is a T-62 variant with experimental automatic transmission.


243) Obiekt 143 Prototype Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “208”.

Row D. The Obiekt 143 was a T-54M prototype mounting a 100mm D-54T gun with multi-baffle muzzle brake.


244) T-44M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 657
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Other Identification: Turret number “221”.

Row D. This is a T-44M upgraded to M-1966 specification with gun stabilisation. It has not been fitted with the 1970’s starfish roadwheels, however, but retains the original webbed wheels.


245) Obiekt 167 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 658
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Other Identification: Turret number “231”.

Row D.


246) Obiekt 139 Prototype Soviet


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Unique ID: 659
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Other Identification: Turret number “220”.

Row D. This T-54M prototype mounts a 100mm smoothbore gun with multi-baffle muzzle brake.


247) Obiekt 003 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 660
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Other Identification: Turret number “110”.

Row D. This is a prototype developed from a T-64 variant, the Obiekt 432. It is fitted with a gas turbine engine and is armed with a 115mm gun.


248) Obiekt 172M Tank Soviet


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Other Identification: Turret number “116”.

Row D.


249) Obiekt 140 Prototype Soviet


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Unique ID: 662
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Other Identification: Turret number “215”.

Row D. The Obiekt 140 was a prototype with a T-62 type turret intended to replace the T-54. It mounts a 100mm D54 gun with multi-baffle muzzle brake.


250) T-54A Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 663
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Other Identification: Turret number “201” and Guards insignia.

Row D. This is a mid-production model with bore evacuator. It was previously on display on a plinth between Halls 2 and 3.


251) ASU-57 Self-Propelled Gun Soviet


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On roadway, near Row D. This ASU-57 appears to be in good condition. It has a sheet metal cover over the fighting compartment.