Well, I’ll look at the "Balanser" forum" — the largest place in Russia for ship modelers from all over the USSR. There you can even come across authentic blueprints of nuclear-powered cruisers like the "Kirov" ... First, the remnants of the "Tankman’s" drawings, and a separate archive of " Shark \ Ondatra". Then lay out what I have on the "Serna" and "Dugong" (well, so - for a complete set)
Here are the archives of factory drawings of Soviet river civilian and auxiliary vessels of the USSR Navy:
A small archive of Soviet \ Russian landing barges:
P.S. Alas, the Soviet / Russian naval sailors are extremely reluctant to photograph the logging, their equipment, and, in general, the interior of their ships. So it seems like a small problem with internal views.
P.S.S. And one more small addition - this time concerning ground-based aviation equipment - if the RKSL has an airfield tractor and various auxiliary facilities. Archive with ground airfield equipment of the Soviet \ Russian production. In one of the folders, there are simply photographs of ground-based service vehicles (which were supplied to various foreign countries along with aviation technology, including in Africa). in the remaining folders - airfield tractors. Heavy - BelAZ-6411, BelAZ-7421 \ 74212, and the newest BelAZ-74270. And also the super-heavy MoAZ-7915, designed for towing such aircraft as the AN-124 Ruslan. Various 3D models from different games are attached to them (which I found on the Internet). The second category is deck tractor for aircraft carriers. The first Soviet deck tractor KT-1, created on the basis of the most massive Soviet forklift LZA-4045 (in the archive is its game model from the game "SpinTires"), which itself was widely used as an airfield vehicle. A deck tractor KT-1 was used on antisubmarine cruisers Pr.1123 "Condor" - such as "Moscow" and "Leningrad" (NATO code - "Moskva class"). The second deck tractor is the “Product 3913”, a special built tractor for aircraft carrying cruisers Pr.1143 “Krechet” - (“Kiev-klass” according to the NATO code). And so is our current "floating nightmare," the horror of all environmentalists in Europe (and not only them - politicians in the west also shakes with fear when it arrives ) and the unsuccessful nightmare of Greenpeace, the most unfortunate ship of the Russian fleet - TAKR "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov." In the archive, perhaps all the available photos of this tractor are a little different from series to series, but on the whole this machine is quite simple to model.