There has always been confusion regarding Art Dula's use of the term "Almaz" to cover both the space station modules and the landing vehicle that his company is currently marketing.
In this case, it appears that two of the remaining Salyut-class base modules in storage at NPO Mash have been shipped to the Island of Man for some reason.
It's not confusing at all. The Almaz Orbital Complex consisted of the Almaz Orbital Piloted Station, the Transport Supply Ship, the Reusable Return Capsule, and the Special Information Capsules. All of these are Almaz. What Art is updating now are the Almaz RRVs.
The two stations (which I think should be referred to as Almaz class, since Almaz came first and Salyut was based on the Almaz) are going into storage until they can be updated. One of these stations is quite interesting. The front of it is unlike any other Almaz station (embedded with four spherical tanks, and two nozzles - one facing port and the other starboard). The interior is complete except for some electronics. The cooling systems and wiring harnesses are installed. The back of the station is identical to the Almaz unmanned stations.
I'm not sure about the identity of the other station. It's appears to be a stripped down hull.
David L. Rickman