Go to the Soviet Transports database at the Scramble website for full known histories, including additional info on crashes, colour schemes etc. etc.. To get the most from this extensive database consider using the advanced search options.
Near the bottom of the same page on the Soviet Transport database on the Scramble site there is a link to the Soviet Transports
downloads page featuring an illustrated guide to ST construction numbers. It can be downloaded free of charge together with
a list of abbreviations and translations and a Google Earth KMZ file with all airports in the Soviet Transports database.
For those traveling to Moscow hoping to see active aircraft of Soviet/Russian design, note the following: on December 23rd 2013 the major domestic airport, Domededovo, handled 360 arrivals, just 15 of which being Soviet/Russian designed aircraft. The majority of these 15 were An-148, RRJ-95 and Tu-204. There was one An-12, one An-24 and some Yak-42s arrivals but there was not a single Ilyushin or Tu-134/154 arriving on this date. As such the picture is naturally the same for the regional airports.
But at least the production of one Russian built type seems to be proceeding pretty well being the RRJ-95. In December alone three aircraft were delivered and four aircraft made their first flight of the total of 21 that were first flown in 2013.