Putin will show: Museum of Railways on Riga (Part 3)

Putin will show: Museum of Railways on Riga (Part 3)

Today we have the last part of the photo tour to the Russian Railways Museum on Riga ...



The sun is hot, so let's go ...




Electric locomotive VL22m-2026
The passenger-and-freight electric locomotives of the VL22m series (“Vladimir Lenin”, axle load 22 tons, modernized) were built from 1947 to 1958. at the Novocherkassk Electric Locomotive Plant. Total released 1541 electric locomotive VL22m. Electric locomotive VL22m-2026 was built in 1958. He worked on the Sverdlovsk railway. Renovated in 2006 in the depot Podmoskovnaya. Prepared for the exposition in 2007 by the locomotive depot Ryazan.


Autoslide service AS-1A
It is intended for delivery of emergency recovery and service teams to the place of work on the farms of the track, signaling systems, communications and others, as well as for going to the line for commission inspections of the track and facilities. Built in 1972 at the Velikoluksky locomotive repair plant. Worked and restored in 2004 in the Kaluga power supply distance.



Harvesting machine UM1-19334010
It is intended for cutting and harvesting ballast and weeds from the spacing, shoulders, cuvettes on spans and stations with loading into gondola cars or dumpcars.The machine can perform work on chipping ice in the middle of the track and the middle of the track, the mandrel of the ballast of the prism, cutting the flows. Built in 1987 at the Experimental Plant of Traveling Machines and Mechanisms PTKB TsP MPS.
She worked in the PMS-5 Art. Stolbovaya and OPMS-68 Art. Kupavna Moscow Railway


Electric locomotive VL8-1694
Two-section freight electric locomotives of the VL8 series (“Vladimir Lenin”, eight-axle) were built from 1956 to 1967. at Novocherkassk and Tbilisi electric locomotive plants. A total of 1,724 VL8 electric locomotives were produced. Electric locomotive VL8-1694 was built in 1967 at the Tbilisi plant. He worked on the North Caucasian railroad in the Tuapse depot in passenger traffic. Prepared for the exhibition in 2005 in the Rybnoe locomotive depot.


Motor train electric train ER9P-132
Motor electric car trains of the ER9P series (“Riga Electric Train”) were built from 1963 to 1975 as an alternative AC train for the replacement of ER7 AC electric trains, and in fact was a deep modernization of it. The train consisted of head, motor and trailer cars. A total of 331 trains of the ER9P were released. Motor cars ER9P in eight- and ten-car variants were built from the Riga Carriage Works,and the head and trailer cars at the Kalinin Carriage Works. Motor section of the electric train ER9P-132 is represented by two cars: the head and the motor. It built in 1966. She worked in the South-Western Railway. Fastow depot from 1966 to 1978. and on the Moscow Railway in the depot Bryansk-Orlovsky from 1978 to 2004. The total mileage of the train 4,758,561 kilometers. Prepared for the exhibition and transferred to the museum locomotive depot Bryansk in 2008.



Electric locomotive VL23-131
The freight electric locomotives of the VL23 series (“Vladimir Lenin”, axle load 23 tons) were built from 1956 to 1961. at the Novocherkassk Electric Locomotive Plant. Total vyluscheno 489 electric locomotives VL23. They were considered the most reliable DC electric locomotives in the USSR. It operated until the mid-1990s. VL23-131 locomotive built in 1961 e. He worked on the October and Moscow Railways. Entered the museum in 2004 from the Orel locomotive depot.

Electric VL10-98
Two-section freight electric locomotives of the VL10 series (“Vladimir Lenin”) were built from 1961 to 1975. at Novocherkassk and Tbilisi electric locomotive plants for freight and passenger traffic. A total of 1,799 VL10 electric locomotives were produced. VL10-98 locomotive was built in 1970at the Tbilisi plant. He worked on the South Ural and Moscow Railways. Restored in 2004 in the Rybnoe locomotive depot.


Railcar cargo diesel modernized AGD-1M
It is used in the current maintenance of the path and transportation of working teams, elements of the upper structure of the track, loading and unloading operations and cleaning of weeds on the railway track. Equipped with a pivoting boom a manipulator with various attachments. Built in 1995 at the Sverdlovsk track-mechanical plant. She worked and restored in 2004 in the Moscow-Savelovskaya distance.

Autocar of cargo assembly АГМУ-5256
It is intended for road maintenance, transportation of working crews and materials of the upper structure of the track. Equipped with a slewing crane - beam with a hoist. Built in 1965 at the Tikhoretsk Machine-Building Plant of Heavy Track Machines named after Thieves. She worked and restored in 2004 in the Smolensk distance of the path.

Mounting speed Trolley DMSU
Designed for maintenance and repair of the contact network, equipped with an isolated lifting and turning platform. Built in 1959 at the Perm Motovozoremontny plant. Upgraded in 1967She worked and restored in 2003 in the Moscow-Smolensk power supply distance.



Electric locomotive CHS3-045
Passenger electric locomotives of the ES 3 (“Czechoslovak”) series were built in 1961 at the Skoda electric locomotive building plant in Pilsen. In total, 87 electric locomotives of emergency situations were produced 3. He worked on the South and West-Siberian railways. Prepared for the exhibition by the Moscow Locomotive Depot Sorting in 2005. Exhibit of the Central Museum of Railway Transport (St. Petersburg).


Sleeping car







Electric locomotive CHS4-025
Passenger electric locomotives of the Ch1S4 series ("Czechoslovak") were built by order of the USSR in 1964-1972. at the Škoda plant in Pilsen. Total produced 230 electric CS4. The electric locomotive ChS4-025 was built in 1966. He worked on the South-Eastern Railway. Prepared for the exhibition in 2005 in the locomotive depot Vyazma.


Electric locomotive CHS2K-712
Passenger electric locomotives of the CS 2 ("Czechoslovak") series were built from 1958 to 1973. for the USSR in the framework of co-operation between the CMEA countries at the Škoda electric locomotive plant in Pilsen. A total of 944 electric locomotives were manufactured. In 1970-80 were on the network by the most common passenger electric locomotives, worked on almost all roads.After the resource was exhausted from 2002, the ChS2 electric locomotives began to undergo a complete modernization at the Yaroslavl Electric Locomotive Repair Plant, after which they received the ChS2K series with a 15-year service life extension. This electric locomotive was built in 1969. He worked in the depot Moscow-Moscow sorting railway, then on the October railway. and (as a simulator) at the depot Chelyabinsk of the South Ural Railway. The first in 2001 was upgraded at NERZ. Transferred to the museum in 2006





Electric train express ER-200
The first domestic high-speed electric train of the ER200 series was created in 1965 - 1974. at the Riga Carriage Works in cooperation with the Riga Electric Machine Building Plant. It included for the first time such technological innovations as bodies made of light aluminum alloys, the aerodynamic shape of head cars, carriages of the bulwark, two-stage spring suspension, and thyristor control of traction motors. The cars are equipped with soft sitting seats of the aircraft type. The electric train ER200 consisted of 14 cars - two head and twelve motor. Head cars of business class for 24 seats with a bar. Motor cars are designed for 64 seats. Half of the motor cars had current collectors.In total, three such electric trains were built. Since 1984, they have been regularly used as express trains exclusively on the main speed course of the country — the Moscow-Leningrad route (St. Petersburg), overcoming a distance of 650 km in 4 hours and 45 minutes. The first time in the course was one pair of trains per week, later - every day. The last express flight was spent in 2009. In the Museum, the express is presented by the head and motor cars transferred from the locomotive depot of the PM-10 Oktyabrskaya railway in July 2009.



Motor Section Car Sr3n-11775
Motor rolling stock ("electric trains") is intended for the transport of commuter passengers. The three-car sections of the SrZ (“Type of Northern Railways, Riga”), including one motor and two trailer cars, were built from 1952 to 1958 at the Riga Carriage Works. Total released 648 sections. The section Ср3н-11775 with access to low platforms was built in 1958. It worked on the Moscow, West Siberian, Northern, Southeast railway. Prepared for the exposition in 2004 in the locomotive depot Zheleznodorozhnaya


Sleeping wagon number 017 70288 "Rus"
The sleeping car of the project 20SB was built at the Kalininsky (Tverskoy) Car Building Plant named after Yegorov in 1957.There, in 1989, it was modernized to form the 6-car tourist train “Rus” as a passenger compartment for 16 people. The tourist train "Rus" cruised from Europe to Asia along the route Moscow - Erlian (PRC) with foreign tourists mainly during the summer season.


Beauty...


Engine Section ER22-38
The ER22 electrosises (“Riga Electric Train”) consisted of two motor and two trailed three-tambour cars with access to high platforms. They were built from 1964 to 1968 at the Riga Carriage Works. Total released 66 sections. Section ER22-38 was built in 1968. She worked on the Moscow Railway. (depot Nakhabino and Novomoskovsk - 1968-1991) and the South Ural Railway. The section is represented by two motor cars. Prepared for the exhibition locomotive depot Railway in 2004



Sleeping car international train. Moscow-Warsaw


The EP200 electric locomotive (Passenger electric locomotive, design speed of 200 km / h) is an experimental high-speed AC electric locomotive, produced in 1996 by the Kolomna plant in two copies.





Salon cars of six-axle type Vladikavkaz
Passenger cars with bearing steel half-belts were built at the beginning of the 20th century for the Vladikavkaz, Chinese Eastern and Warsaw-Vienna railways.Saloon-car number 32 after major overhaul at the Leningrad car-building plant them. In 1932, Yegorov served the trips of the country's top leadership. It has an armored compartment. Restored in 2003 in the passenger depot Moscow-III.

Passenger four-axle wagon
Characteristic passenger car of domestic railways with a wooden body and trussed car frame. Car number 70833 was built in 1931 at the Leningrad Carriage Building Plant named after Egorova as reserved seat for a long message. During the Great Patriotic War, it was converted into a kitchen car for use in sanitary trains. Restored in 2003 at the Smolensk wagon depot.





The Sokol-250 electric train (ES250), better known as simply Sokol, is an experienced Russian high-speed dual-power electric train (it can operate on both direct and alternating currents), which has been developed for seven years by a number of design bureaus. The prototype was assembled by the year 2000 with the assistance of the then Minister of Railways Aksyonenko and RAO VSM.


Passenger two-axle car with open vestibules
Built in Hungary at the factory Gyor in the 1920s.Entered the USSR after the Great Patriotic War as a trophy. In recent years, it has been used for household needs in the Orekhovo-Zuyevo wagon depot. There in 2004 Restored on the basis of an old wagon class III of Western countries.



Em740-57 steam locomotive
E-series cargo locomotives were built from 1912 to 1957 at all domestic locomotive plants and factories in other countries. Total produced more than 11 thousand locomotives 3 different indices. In terms of the number and duration of construction represent a world record. Worked until the 1980s. During World War II, these locomotives provided the majority of front-line traffic. The Em740-57 locomotive ("modernized") was built at the Kharkov Locomotive-Building Plant in 1935. He worked on the Tashkent, Moscow-Ryazan and Moscow Railways. Restored in 2003 in the locomotive depot Roslavl.


Handsome men ...

Everlasting memory.

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