In the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory, a model of armored train No. 16, used for defense of Tula, was installed in the Patriot Park. The armored train No. 16 defended the city in the fall of 1941. Damaged in the battles near Smolensk, it arrived in Tula, where it was quickly repaired and put into combat again in the areas from Tula to Aleksin, Revyakino, and Prisad.
Both belligerents used armored trains during the Great Patriotic War.
The Patriot Park of Tula today includes a congress center and 4 mobile tent shelters. They house a center for tactical military games, Technopark Sfera Budushchego, a museum of retro cars and motorcycles, exhibitions 'Military Equipment: History and Modernity' and 'History of Tula Region', a café, and a Voentorg chain store. Besides, the park exhibits weapons and military equipment of the Great Patriotic War and the post-war times.