In the displays of historical railway vehicles are the following important exhibits:
Parts of the royal train for the Bavarian king, Ludwig II
The streamlined locomotive, 05 001
A TEE diesel railcar from the 1950s
An original coal wagon from 1829
The oldest steam locomotive in Germany still preserved in its original state, the Nordgau (built in 1853)
The Bavarian S 2/6 express train locomotive
The red E 19 12 express train locomotive
A fragment of the SVT 877 Flying Hamburger diesel multiple unit.
A mock-up of part of the traction coach of the ICE 3
The DB Museum is the corporate museum of Deutsche Bahn AG and historically a part of the Verkehrsmuseum in Nuremberg, Germany.
Its main exhibition space is within the Verkehrsmuseum building in Nuremberg, with an open-air exhibit area and train shed adjacent to the building.
Further rolling stock stored in Koblenz and Halle and der Saale.
The Nuremberg locomotive shed and most of its rolling stock suffered from extensive damage by fire on October 17, 2005.