Dmitry Fedorov, who was instrumental in the update of our Russian listings visited the Military and Automobile Museum UMMC in Verkhnyaya Pyshma a while ago, but he only featured the photos recently on his Facebook page:
In Vinnytsia there is a museum of classic cars, motorcycles and radios. "Alexei Strembitsky has assembled a rather high-quality and professional collection of rare cars, motorcycles, bicycles and other household appliances of the Soviet era, such as TVs, cameras, anti-theft and other antique items".
MoeMisto.ua visited the Museum in early 2020 before the pandemic hit.
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These are some dark times for the automotive industry as the coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll on car production and sales, consequently forcing automakers to send workers home. Museums are also directly affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, but thanks to the Internet and YouTube, we can still visit them via virtual tours automakers have promptly set up. The Petersen Automotive Museum is also playing its part by allowing us to take a good look at its eclectic collection straight in the comfort of our own homes while we’re all waiting for the museum to open its doors once again.
The National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the rich history of Australian Motorsport, with a particular focus on Bathurst and Mount Panorama as the spiritual home of Australian motor racing. Located at Murray’s Corner, Mount Panorama – an address the envy of motor sports Australia wide. While it has a focus on traditional touring car racing which has made Mount Panorama one of the most famous circuits in the world, the museum’s collection has grown substantially over the last 30 years to pay tribute to all facets of motorsport dating back to the 1920s.