DB Museum
Museum type :
Art Museum

Established in :
1905

Holidays :
Monday

Visiting Hours :
09:00 to 17:00 Tue-Sunday

Contact No :
44 180 444 22 33

Location :
Koblenz , Germany

Display Objects :

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




Description :

  • 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.