Captions (Map below)
A
Two ferryboats on barges and railroad crossing (until August 24, 1942).
The combined length of
the bridge is 1,408 meters (610 meters on pilings and master piers,
798 meters on floating
supports of the DMP type). Constructed August 15 to 20, 1942; utilized
until August 1942.
B
Army crossing of 3 ferryboats of the N2P type, 3 type SP19 ferryboats,
3 (towing launches)
BMK type cutters, 1 launch, 6 barges, 6 tugs, 3 steamboats, a boat
crossing, 3 footbridges on
floats (as of August 23, 1942).
D
Two N2P type ferryboats (each 16 tons), 1 ferryboat on barge (30 tons),
and 1 floating bridge
(8 tons). Leftbank moorage of the Army crossing. Length of the
voyage is 12 km.
E
A floating bridge on floats (8 tons), a wooden combination bridge with
a drawbridge section
(60 tons), 2 ferryboats (16 and 30 tons),
F
The left bank moorage of the Army crossing. Length of the voyage is
5 km.
G
Ferry crossing on pontoons of the type SP19.
ZZ
Central crossing number one, 2 barges, 2 lugs, 1 steamer. August 22
to September 13, 1942.
ZY
Central crossing number two, 5 ferryboats of the type SP19 and two
cutlers. August 25
to September 21, 1942.
ZW
Special crossing for the wounded. Two river trams, 2 cutters. August
25 to September 20.
AA
The left bank moorage of the Army crossing. Length of the voyage of
23 km.
BB
Length of the bridge is 348 meters. September 21 to October 7, 1942.
CC
Length of the bridge is 506 meters. September 21 to November 7, 1942.
DD
The length of the bridge is 1,194 meters (1,159 meters is floating
and 35 meters is trestle).
Constructed August 31 through September 4, 1942, and utilized until
September 8, 1942.
FF
Length of the bridge is 505 meters (467 meters is floating and 38 meters
of trestle for moorage).
September 10 to September 20, 1942.
CITIES 
1 Stalingrad 
2 Beketovka 
3 Krasnoarmeisk 
4 Svellyi Iar 
5 Shuch'e 
6 Tumak 
7 Krasnaia Sloboda 
8 Mamaev Kurgan 
9 Red October factory 
10 Barrikady 
11 Spartakova 
12 Rynok 
13 Skudri 
14 Verkhnaia Akhiuba 
15 Srednaia Akhiuba 
16 Boblyi 
17 Kul'tbaza 
18 Kuporosnoe 


Source:
The Battle for Stalingrad : The 1943 Soviet General Staff Study : Edited
by Louis Rotundo.
