I was looking forward to seeing a few of the older Russian types here, I was not disappointed.
Yegoryevsk is where there is a technical training school, also known as the Aeroflot Engineering Training School Museum. Eight aircraft are parked around what I can suggest looks like a parade ground.
We had a viewing arranged, however the person contacted was not at the gate and the person now in attendance was not aware of the arrangement. He was quite reluctant to let us in, however with some good chat from our Russian driver and crossing of the palm with gifts, we were given a yes…………. but be quick.
Photograph link at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums/72157687198493470
Trip Airfield Albums https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums
Country Folders https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/collections
Oxford Aviation Group http://www.oxfordaviationgroup.co.uk/future-tours/
Noted between 1640-1700hrs
CCCP-01759 WSK-PZL An-2P C/n 1G107-06 Preserved
CCCP-01760 WSK-PZL An-2P C/n 1G107-07 Preserved
CCCP-42311 Yakovlev Yak-42 C/n 11940103 Instructional Airframe
CCCP-46745 Antonov An-24 C/n 47300902 Preserved
CCCP-85010 Tupolev Tu-154 C/n 70M010 Instructional Airframe
CCCP-85011 Tupolev Tu-154 C/n 71A011 Instructional Airframe
RA-46409 Antonov An-24B C/n 77304004 Preserved
TZ-ACK Antonov An-24B C/n 87304202 Preserved