Designed in 1927, but licence-built in Poland in 1954. Fully restored in 1984 and now owned by Tamas Rohacs and based at Budaörs in Hungary. Has "Goldtimer Alapítvány - Budaörs" titles on this side of the fin, and "Közlekedési Múzeum - Budapest" on the other, meaning Goldtimer Foundation and Museum of Transportation respectively.
I'm not really interested in taking pictures of planes stored indoors...but on the flight across the Atlantic I was reading in one of the aviation mags a very interesting article about the female 'Night Witches' who flew these biplanes with extreme bravery and under appalling conditions on the Eastern Front during WWII. In order to maintain the element of surprise the pilots would cut the engine and glide over the German lines before jettisoning their bombs, restarting the engine and hopefully escaping.
WSK built about 500 of the ubiquitous Po-2 under licence between 1948 and 1956 as the CSS-13. Some served as air ambulances with a closed rear cockpit. The emblem on the tail of this one, which was available for joy flights that day, is marked with the legend "6olat wosl"