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Location Category ID: 2220
Address: Prospekt Obukhovskoy Oborony 120, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Russia 192012
Telephone: (812) 329-98-10
Opening Times:
Official Website: Goz Obukhov Plant
Other Links: Saint Petersburg Encyclopedia
Wikipedia – Obukhov
Wikipedia – OKMO
Latitude, Longitude: 59.86057022 , 30.48238277
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: Models of tank built here:
1: Carden-Loyd Mark VI Tankette - T-27 (Primary manufacturer)
2: T-26 Light Tank - Model 1931 (Initial manufacturer)

Obukhov State Plant is a major Russian metallurgy and heavy machine-building plant founded in 1863 to produce naval artillery based on German designs by Krupp. It has since been a major producer of artillery and other military equipment. From 1922 to 1992 it was renamed Bolshevik Plant no. 232. In the late 1920s, it became one of the two main Soviet tank factories (along with the Kharkov Locomotive Factory), and produced the first indigenous tank, the T-18. It later became home to the OKMO tank design bureau, which was responsible for the T-26 infantry tank, of which over 12,000 were built.