I first visited this museum way back in the late 1960’s… it has been greatly expanded since then. It now also houses a communication museum, but since our time was limited, we had to concentrate on the rail exhibits. You can easily spend several hours learning about the history of the German rail system. There are several halls and outdoor exhibits with various pieces of historic rail equipment including the steam locomotive 05 001 which is the sister engine to 05 002 which shares a controversial steam locomotive speed record with the British LNER Class A4 4468 Mallard.
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