Technik Museum Speyer

Technik Museum Speyer

Postby Alexe on Thu 16 Feb 2017, 9:48 pm

Had a short visit to this fascinating museum last year, some really interesting exhibits

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

Presidential car in the back of an An-26
ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

One of the main reason for the visit, the only place outside Russia to see Buran
ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

Two beasts of aviation
ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

Plenty of the airframes are open to view inside, including the 747, the rear portion of which has been stripped back. This is inside the rear baggage hold
ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

Inside the cargo area on the AN-22, feels more like a ship than an aircraft
ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr

ImageSpeyer by Alex Edwards, on Flickr
Alexe

Re: Technik Museum Speyer

Postby King Cobra on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 8:20 pm

It is indeed a fascinating museum. How did you get the top shots of those up on poles, a drone?
Thanks for sharing.
King Cobra

Re: Technik Museum Speyer

Postby Tommy on Sun 26 Feb 2017, 12:36 am

Awesome stuff. That Marineflieger Starfighter - is that one of the old "Vikings" pair?
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Re: Technik Museum Speyer

Postby Alexe on Sun 26 Feb 2017, 9:50 am

King Cobra wrote:How did you get the top shots of those up on poles, a drone?


They were taken from higher vantage points. The Phantom for example is next to the 747 which itself is on a raised platform, so as you climb up you can look down on the other aircraft.
Alexe


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