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Old November 22nd 08, 01:36 AM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
Bob Fry
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"This engineering was in a museum Aircraft technicians in Moscow
earlier. But when a museum have closed, engineering have put on a
separate platform open-air and it became nobody necessary."

Nevermind the broken English. Photos of what's apparently a place near
Moscow for abandoned Soviet aircraft.

http://community.livejournal.com/aba...s/1476594.html
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Old November 22nd 08, 02:39 AM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
Typhoon502
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On Nov 21, 7:36*pm, Bob Fry wrote:
"This engineering was in a museum Aircraft technicians in Moscow
earlier. But when a museum have closed, engineering have put on a
separate platform open-air and it became nobody necessary."

Nevermind the broken English. Photos of what's apparently a place near
Moscow for abandoned Soviet aircraft.

http://community.livejournal.com/aba...s/1476594.html


Jeez...there's at least one MiG-29 and one MiG-25 (or possibly even a
-31) in there. That's a fascinating find.
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Old November 22nd 08, 05:00 AM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
Gordon[_2_]
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Better source - -

http://www.englishrussia.com/?p=533

EXCELLENT website that shows plenty of similar things. I suggest
bookmarking the site and exploring it at will - most folks on this
newsgroup will love it.

v/r Gordon



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Old November 22nd 08, 12:17 PM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
Graham Tanner
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Bob Fry wrote in news
"This engineering was in a museum Aircraft technicians in Moscow
earlier. But when a museum have closed, engineering have put on a
separate platform open-air and it became nobody necessary."

Nevermind the broken English. Photos of what's apparently a place near
Moscow for abandoned Soviet aircraft.

http://community.livejournal.com/aba...s/1476594.html


I am very certain that it is the old Moscow Central airfield called Frunze
(aka Khodinka), which is at 37 Leningradsky Prospekt.

Easily visible on Google Earth at 5547'16.00"N 3732'13.00"E.

Graham Tanner,
London, UK
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Old November 22nd 08, 01:35 PM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
TJ
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On 22 Nov, 11:17, Graham Tanner wrote:
Bob Fry wrote innews
"This engineering was in a museum Aircraft technicians in Moscow
earlier. But when a museum have closed, engineering have put on a
separate platform open-air and it became nobody necessary."


Nevermind the broken English. Photos of what's apparently a place near
Moscow for abandoned Soviet aircraft.


http://community.livejournal.com/aba...s/1476594.html


I am very certain that it is the old Moscow Central airfield called Frunze
(aka Khodinka), which is at 37 Leningradsky Prospekt.

Easily visible on Google Earth at *5547'16.00"N * 3732'13.00"E.

Graham Tanner,
London, UK


Correct.

There is 5 pages of images at the following. A very well known and
photographed collection.

http://www.airliners.net/search/phot...nct_entry=true

TJ
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Old November 22nd 08, 07:28 PM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
John Szalay
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Graham Tanner wrote in
I am very certain that it is the old Moscow Central airfield called
Frunze (aka Khodinka), which is at 37 Leningradsky Prospekt.

Easily visible on Google Earth at 5547'16.00"N 3732'13.00"E.

Graham Tanner,
London, UK


Another aircraft boneyard in the Ukraine

4949'0.20"N 2356'26.66"E
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Old November 22nd 08, 07:36 PM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
Ron
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On Nov 21, 6:39*pm, Typhoon502 wrote:
On Nov 21, 7:36*pm, Bob Fry wrote:

"This engineering was in a museum Aircraft technicians in Moscow
earlier. But when a museum have closed, engineering have put on a
separate platform open-air and it became nobody necessary."


Nevermind the broken English. Photos of what's apparently a place near
Moscow for abandoned Soviet aircraft.


http://community.livejournal.com/aba...s/1476594.html


Jeez...there's at least one MiG-29 and one MiG-25 (or possibly even a
-31) in there. That's a fascinating find.


I think I saw an Su-27 Flanker too.
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Old December 1st 08, 05:56 AM posted to rec.aviation.misc,rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.military
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On Nov 21, 4:36*pm, Bob Fry wrote:
"This engineering was in a museum Aircraft technicians in Moscow
earlier. But when a museum have closed, engineering have put on a
separate platform open-air and it became nobody necessary."
Here is the place http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...=lmc:panoramio


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ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=1029501199000 34403948.00045cec1dfb293e9ea92&ll=55.787762,37 .534457&spn=0,0&t=h&lci=lmcanoramio& amp;output=embed&s=AARTsJr49c5JIbefeW6q84O7UHk FQq62SA"/
iframebr /smalla href="http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?
ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=1029501199000 34403948.00045cec1dfb293e9ea92&ll=55.787762,37 .534457&spn=0,0&t=h&lci=lmcanoramio& amp;source=embed"
style="color:#0000FF;text-align:left"View Larger Map/a/small

It is near underground station "airport" on the Green line in Moscow
Nevermind the broken English. Photos of what's apparently a place near
Moscow for abandoned Soviet aircraft.

http://community.livejournal.com/aba...s/1476594.html
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