It's an annex to the main Deutsches Museum in the city center. This is some 5 km off the center and should be easily accessible by public transport - by car it will be very hard to find a parking space (managed to find an underground carage in a nearby shopping mall).
They have all the great 'big stuff' here like locomotives, train cars, busses, trucks, cars, bikes and so on. In other words it's a museum about moving people around in the modern days.
The oldest items are from the early 1800s but most focus is in the modern transportation, starting from early 1900s with the steam locomotives and early cars. The building is rather new and in good shape and also ALL signs and info posts are available in English (unlike in the main museum).
The museum is divided into three sections (halls) but the 3. hall is closed until May, sadly. But the cars and trains sections were very impressive & interesting to me.
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