Thursday, January 8, 2015

Some 100 photos from the huge Russian basecamp at Golovinka

@catfitz pointed me to this VK-album that shows a lot of photos of the Golovinka basecamp I discovered on Google Earth 2 days ago.
You can watch the photos there as long as the FSB does not take them down...

But you can also view them here below. They give a good impression of the camp and the activities there:

I do not claim any rights on these photos. They are only here for reference and easy viewing. If the FSB would not delete stuff from VK I would not copy them here. But because of this risk, I show them.

All photos are uploaded on Nov 26th. Many of them show specific T-72B tanks. Some photos are taken at a different location:

Numbers seen on this photo: 516, 517, 519, 544.

It is taken in Aleyskiy rayon:

This photo is taken in Rostov-on-Don airport:

Link to original.

This is the geotag of the photo:

That photo has been taken like this:

So it is confirmed that they where in Rostov airport.

Numbers that can be distinguished on this photo: 510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516.
516 is the same as the one in Aleyskiy.

It means they have been transported like this:

This photo shows a convoy just arriving at the base:

Link to original.

It is taken here, South of the camp:

So they traveled like this:

This photo shows the numbers 510, 501, 511 and the rest can not be determined:

Link to original.

This photo shows 513, 519 and 543 at the firing range:

Link to original.

So this whole batch of tanks has been transferred.

This photo makes it able to determine how many soldiers could be sheltered:

Here are the rest of the photos:

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