Lenin + laser cut frames

(Bumajnoe modelirovanie)

The atomic icebreaker "Lenin" is the first underwater vessel in the world with nuclear power facility. The initial purpose was to service the Northern Sea Route.

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  • Type: atomic icebreaker
  • Historical period: Cold War, 1970
  • Country: USSR
  • Scale: 1:200
  • Number of sheets: 29 sheets A3

The set includes laser cut frames.

Historical information

"Lenin" is a decommissioned Soviet nuclear-powered icebreaker. Launched in 1957, it was both the world's first nuclear-powered surface ship and the first nuclear-powered civilian vessel.

Lenin entered operation in 1959 and worked clearing sea routes. It was officially decommissioned in 1989. It was subsequently converted to a museum ship and is now permanently based at Murmansk.


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