Monument to a lorry (on the Rumbolovo mountain)

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Gulyakin, Valery Nikolayevich (photographer, 1959-).    
Monument to a lorry (on the Rumbolovo mountain) [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo album] / photo by VN Gulyakin. - Electronic graphic data (8 files: 70.7 MB). - Vsevolozhsk, September 20, 2013. -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
Information about the photographs is provided by the author. Date: 09/20/2013.

The album includes 8 photographs of a monument to a lorry on Rumbolovskaya Hill: 1. The commemorative sign "The Road of Life, 10 km" and a monument to a lorry; 2-3. Monument to a lorry; 4. The inscription on the pedestal of the monument: "In memory of the machine-soldier"; 5. Informational tablet on the creation of the monument; 6-7. Monument to a lorry. Side view ; 8. Monument to a lorry and a commemorative sign "The Road of Life, 10 km."
The monument to a lorry on Rumbolovskaya Hill is a bronze copy of a 1.5-ton GAZ-AA car, made in full size. On the pedestal there is an inscription "In memory of the machine-soldier". The monument was erected on the project of the sculptor Sergei Isakov, was opened on January 27, 2012. GAZ-AA (polutorka) was the most massive pre-war car of the Soviet Union. It was produced at the Gorky Automobile Plant since 1932. It was this machine during the blockade that delivered vital cargo and evacuated people along the Road of Life .
1. "The Green Belt of the Glory of Leningrad", a memorial complex (Leningrad region) - Photographs. 2. Territory (collection). 3. Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 4. Territory of Russia: Leningrad region (collection). 5. Leningrad region: pages of history (collection). 6. "The Road of Life" - 1941 - 1943 - Photographs. 7. "Rumbolovskaya Gora", a memorial (Leningrad region) - Photographs. 8. Documentary photographs.
ББК 63.3 (2) 622я611
Source of electronic copy: From private collection
Place for keeping the original: From private collection
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