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Factory 183 UralVagonZavod, Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg and Surrounding Regions, Russia

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Location Category ID: 2340
Added to Database: 26 February 2011
Last Edited: 24 February 2013
Address: Eastern Highway 28, Nizhny Tagil, 622007 Sverdlovsk Oblast
Telephone:
Email:
Opening Times:
Official Website: UralVagonZavod.ru
UralVagonZavod.com
Other Links: Wikipedia
T-34 Production
Latitude, Longitude: 57.92236957 , 60.02715111
Location Accuracy: 5
Tanks Previously Here: Tanks confirmed built here:
1: T-34 Tank - Factory 183 UralVagonZavod, Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg and Surrounding Regions, Russia (Manufacturing date unknown)
2: T-34-85 Tank - Factory 183 UralVagonZavod, Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg and Surrounding Regions, Russia (Manufacturing date unknown)
3: T-72 Tank - Base Borden Military Museum, Canadian Forces Base Borden, Borden, Ontario, Canada (Built August 1977)

Models of tank built here:
1: T-34 Tank - Model 1942 (Primary manufacturer December 1941-)
2: T-34 Tank - Model 1943 (Primary manufacturer)
3: T-34-85 Tank - Model 1944 (Primary manufacturer)
4: T-34-85 Tank - Model 1945 (Primary manufacturer)
5: T-34-85M Tank (Primary manufacturer of base vehicle)
6: T-44 Tank (Prototypes manufactured before production moved to Kharkov)
7: T-54 Tank (Design parent and sole manufacturer)
8: T-54 Tank - Model 1946 (Design parent and sole manufacturer 1947-9)
9: T-54 Tank - Model 1949 (Design parent and sole manufacturer 1949-51)
10: T-54 Tank - Model 1951 (Primary manufacturer)
11: T-54A Tank (Primary manufacturer)
12: T-54A(M) Tank (Primary manufacturer)
13: T-54B Tank (Primary manufacturer)
14: T-54M Tank (Primary manufacturer)
15: Obiekt 139 Prototype (Design parent and sole manufacturer)
16: Obiekt 140 Prototype (Design parent and sole manufacturer)
17: Obiekt 143 Prototype (Design parent and sole manufacturer)
18: T-54 Tiran 4 Tank (Primary manufacturer of base T-54)
19: Lebanese T-54 Armoured Personnel Carrier - T-54 (Primary manufacturer of base T-54)
20: T-62 Tank (Design parent and sole manufacturer 1962-7)
21: T-62 Tank - Model 1967 (Design parent and sole manufacturer 1967-70)
22: T-62 Tank - Model 1970 (T-62A) (Design parent and sole manufacturer 1970-5)
23: T-62 Tank - T-62M (Sole manufacturer of base vehicle)
24: T-62 Tank - T-62MV (Sole manufacturer of base vehicle)
25: T-62D Drozd Tank (Sole manufacturer of base vehicle)
26: T-72 Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
27: Obiekt 172 Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
28: Obiekt 172M Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
29: T-72A Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
30: T-72B Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
31: T-72M Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
32: T-72M1 Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
33: T-72AV Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
34: T-72BV Tank (Design parent and manufacturer)
35: T-72 Tank - Unidentified Model (Design parent and manufacturer)



Uralvagonzavod is a Russian machine building company located in Nizhny Tagil, Russia. It is one of the largest scientific and industrial complexes in Russia and the largest main battle tank manufacturer in the world (source: Wikipedia). As Zavod 183 it was the largest producer of T-34 and T-34-85 tanks. It was formed when the Kharkov Locomotive Factory temporarily moved to the Urals, so it shared designs and production types with that facility.

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July 2009

“BMPT (Tank Support Fighting Vehicle) by Uralvagonzavod on Russian Expo Arms 2009 in Nizhny Tagil”, photo and caption by Nucl0id
1: “BMPT (Tank Support Fighting Vehicle) by Uralvagonzavod ...

Taken: 19 July 2009
Contributor: Wikimedia
Location Photo ID: 416
Added: 26 February 2011
Views: 205
Has Priority: 0
    

    

    

July 2005

One of the buildings of Uralvagonzavod
2: One of the buildings of Uralvagonzavod

Taken: 31 July 2005
Contributor: Wikimedia
Location Photo ID: 415
Added: 26 February 2011
Views: 538
Has Priority: 24