The Special Purpose Armored Train (Chronicle of the BAM (The Baikal-Amur Mainline). (1981)

Film-document №8589 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:02 to collection Price category A
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Part 1 digitized in HD 0:09:47

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Troshkin V. P., Troshkin V. P.

Script writers: Troshkin V. P.

Operators: Grigorev N.

Composers: Sultanova A.

Text writers: Nikolaev L.


A film of the Baikal-Amur Mainline chronicle. It tells about a leading team of tracklayer headed by Valentine Shpenkov.

Reel №1

Landscapes BAM.

Work train passes.

Brigade road paver Valentine Shpenkova working, B. PEG at work.

Podolyak, Sankin and other team members talk about their brigadier (synchronously).

Head Glavbamstroya KV Mokhort says team Shpenkova (synchronously).

Team rests.

Powered tracklayers.


Brigade - laundry, dining room, firewood.

Sailor NA Grebenyuk - veteran comes with a team Shpenkova.

Walk children builders.

Men playing tennis, volleyball.

A wedding in a carriage, the couple kissing, dancing.

B. PEG applauds, sits with her daughter.

Reel №2

Shpenkova team rests in a compartment.

Sankin says (synchronously) and other members of the team (synchronously).

Says B. PEG (synchronous) (at the meeting).

B. PEG doing (studying by correspondence at the Institute).

Work team members Bondar: Ledenev and graphite.

A scene from the amateur folk theater.

Lenin Komsomol Prize winner A. Cooper and his team at work.

Bondar in the play.

Pennant awarded Ledeneva competing teams.

It takes a team and a delegation Shpenkova socialist workers in West Germany, led by the chairman of the German Communist Party Herbert Mies.

Guests from Germany placed a symbolic link silver friendship.

Miss G. shows banner.

Youth sport around the campfire, singing, dancing.

Celebration in Ust-Nyukzha to mark the arrival of the first passenger train from Tynda.

From the train out of honor passengers, the speeches at the rally.

Read the cameramen.

Train driver.

Said PEG (synchronously).

Passing trains, rails.

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