Memorial sign of the railway crossing "The Road of Victory" (Morozov village, Leningrad region)

Gulyakin, Valery Nikolayevich (photographer, 1959-).    
Commemorative sign of the railway crossing "Victory Road" (Morozov village, Leningrad region) [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo album] / photo by V.N. Gulyakin. - Electronic graphic data (7 files: 73.2 MB). - Settlement them. Morozova, Leningrad Region, August 21, 2015. -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
Information about the photographs is provided by the author. Date of the survey: 08/21/2015.
The album includes 7 photos of the commemorative sign of the railway crossing "Victory Road" (general view, individual details).
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Memorial sign is set on the bank of the Neva River, where, after the breakthrough of the siege of Leningrad, a wooden bridge was built, as well as a railway named "The Road of Victory", along which food and ammunition was delivered from the Great Land to the city. The temporary Soviet railway line "Polyana-Shlisselburg" operated from February 5, 1943 to March 10, 1944 and served as a more effective replacement of the Road of Life for the delivery of goods to blockade Leningrad. The road of victory ran along the left bank of the Neva and along the southern coast of Ladoga, passing in some areas 3-4 km from the German artillery positions, for which it was called the "death corridor". The materials of the sites are used: "The mainline named after October (book, part 5)" (URL: (book, _part_5), "Wikipedia" (URL: https: // ru. .
1. Territory (collection). 2. Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 3. Territory of Russia: Leningrad Region (collection). 4. Leningrad region: pages of history (collection). 5. "The Road of Victory" - 1943 - 1944 - Photographs. 6. The Great Patriotic War - Perpetuation of memory - Leningrad region - 1941-1945 - Photographs. 7. Documentary photographs.
BBC 63.3 (2Ros-4Len) 622n611
BBK 63.3 (2) 622n611
Source of electronic copy: From private collection
Place for keeping the original: From private collection
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