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Fire Museum Kirchlengen

Original name: 
Feuerwehrmuseum Kirchlengen

A local museum with a few fire trucks.

Total votes: 507

Automuseum Melle

"History on wheels" this is the motto of Automuseum Melle which was opened in 1997. It features over 200 historic vehicles.

Total votes: 573

Motorcycle Museum Ibbenbüren

Original name: 
Motorrad-Museum Ibbenbüren

There are over 170 vehicles shown at this museum, ranging from a 1882 bicycle to a real monster, a Münch Mammut 1200 TTS bike.

Total votes: 522

Fire Museum Salzbergen

Original name: 
Feuerwehrmuseum Salzbergen

A local collection with a lot of fire trucks

Total votes: 546

Automobil Museum Dortmund

The Edle von Graeve family's private collection of sports and classic cars.

Total votes: 588

Fire Museum Hattingen

Original name: 
Feuer.Wehrk - Das Feuerwehrmuseum

This is the only museum of its type in the Ruhr region and is among the largest fire brigade museums in Germany. Especially impressive is the collection of turntable ladder vehicles, fire trucks and ambulances from bygone days. The oldest vehicle, a heavy brigade truck of the model Klöckner-Humbold-Deutz, was manufactured in 1942, and the newest "treasure," a turntable ladder IFA DL 30 from the GDR's inventory, in 1986.

You voted 4. Total votes: 476

AWD Motorcycle Museum

Original name: 
AWD Sammlung

AWD (August Wurring Düsselsdorf) was a German motorcycle company in the 1920s.
August Wurring's grandson, Thomas von der Bey opened a small museum in the former factory in 2008 featuring more than 30 bikes.

You voted 4. Total votes: 529

Hall 31, Commercial Vehicle Museum Willich

Original name: 
Halle 31, Nutzfahrzeugmuseum Willich

A private collection of German-produced trucks, vans and lorries

Total votes: 483

Fire Museum Pasewalk

Original name: 
Feuerwehrmuseum Pasewalk

Collection of the local firefighters, including mostly East German vehicles.

Total votes: 470

GDR Museum, Dargen

Original name: 
DDR-Museum Dargen

This collection, as its name suggests focus on the COMECON era with a Framo ambulance, a Volga, a Tatra 603/613, which are joined by various buses.

Total votes: 471

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