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On my annual visit to Koblenz I decided to visit the DB Museum thinking that it would be comparable to the excellent Locomotion Museum in Shildon UK, but it bears no comparison whatsoever! I set out on foot from the Deutsches Eck as it is...More
This was my second visit to the museum.
I enjoyed a ride on the Trans Europe Express to and from the museum, a splendid train hauled by my favourite engine.
There was the usual parade of different engines, as last time well organised and plenty...More
The DB museum is one underrated museum. We reached there after a short walk; it seems tucked away on the sides of the roads. Entry to the museum is just 3euros per person, and by what we heard, its pretty empty most of the saturdays....More
This museum has amazingly big collection of trains and best trains interior exposition I have seen so far. But I would appreciate more information about trains and better organized exposition. Sometimes it looked like they just brought trains and don't care anymore. No one of...More
Trains and more trains but interspersed with fact on how it all come about, the development and history of railways in Germany. From the little shunter to the mammoth continental steam engines , this place is a must for engineering buffs and rail enthusiasts alike.
The only highlight of this museum is the grand carriages that were used to transport King Ludwig (the signs were all written in German so I'm not sure if I am correct). Other than those carriages, there was nothing much else to see in the...More
Congratulations to the volunteers for their great work bringing some of Germany's old locomotives and carriages back to life. As others have mentioned, the smell of oil made the visit feel very authentic. The opportunity to climb on board the restored trains/carriages in the exhibition...More
I visited the DB museum on 13th and 14th June for the Sommerfest, which included a celebration of 50 years of the DB series e03 / 103.
The staff at the entrance were pleasant and all visitors were given a plan of the site and...More
This museum is tucked away in a suburb of Koblenz, on an hourly bus route from the main railway station. Interesting exhibits include dining and sleeping cars from a previous era, early electric locomotives and a collection of steam locomotives. You have full access to...More