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nuuumannn

Deutsches technkmuseum, Berlin

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Hi Guys, Images from the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin. The museum from the footbridge over the Lanwehr Canal. The C-47 used to sit outside the big terminal at Tempelhof.

 

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This is a model of the Deutsches Luftfahrt Sammlung, the Nazis' big aviation museum, which opened in 1936 to coincide with the XI Olympiade, the centrepiece of which was the Dornier Do X. Choccy fish if you can name all the aircraft.

 

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This is what the main entrance looked like; note the Spitfire at bottom right. The museum caught fire during an air raid in 1943 and most of the collection was destroyed, some airframes survived and are now in the collection of the MLP in Cracow. The Airco DH.9A at Hendon used to be there.

 

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This is a 'then and now' comparison. It was taken on Alt Moabit next to the Berlin Hauptbahnhof, just across the Spree River from the Reichstag.

 

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Arado Ar 96.

 

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Nord 1100 Noralpha.

 

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Ju 88G and Fi 156.

 

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Bf 110 and Fw 44.

 

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Ju 87.

 

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A slice of the Dornier Do X.

 

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More to come.

 

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SNCAC Martinet.

 

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CASA 352L

 

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Klemm Kl 35B.

 

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Arado Ar 79.

 

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Nord 1002 Pengouin.

 

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Bf 109E.

 

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Nude Gotha Go 242.

 

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Bucker Bu 181 Panzerfaust.

 

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He 162.

 

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Missiles and miscellany.

 

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Thanks for looking.

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Excellent images from a typically difficult museum environment! You have brought back some good memories of a visit there several years ago.

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Amazing exhibits and so beautifully kept. Its a must visit by the look of it. 

Thanks for the photo share.

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Thanks for sharing, great photos and added to the to-do list!

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Brilliant Grant, I reckon you've just shown me part of the future, a small part of mine at some stage with a bit of luck. Definitely on my list.

Steve.

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Lovely pics, that's somewhere I need to go!

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Lovely pics, I went about three years ago. Some good exhibits on top of what you put up. An interesting museum. The railway stuff is good as well, including an HO scale model of the Anhalter Banhof  which is run most weekends and is a work in progress. The station was bombed in 1944 and then destroyed in the fighting around the centre of Berlin in 1945. The entrance to the museum has the Cessna 172 that Mathias Rust landed near the Kremlin in 1987. We stayed opposite the remains of the station, which have been tided up. 

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The remains of Anhalter Bahnhof, to jog your memory further, Mr T.

 

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An illustration within the Anhalter Bhf U-bahn station.

 

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More of Berlin if you are interested:

 

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This is a walking tour that I completed within a day. It's not captioned, so you might have to guess why I've photographed what I have.

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GORGEOUS photos indeed. 

 

on the bucket list to do list.

 

thanks for posting g and sharing them.

 

:thumbsup:

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