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The DB Museum Nürnberg is the official museum of the Germany railway company Deutsche Bahn, which has always been the major railway company in Germany. The DB museum covers the entire history of railway transport in German - from the first trains started to run in 1835 and up to the modern high-speed trains. Special sections are devoted to the 1930's/1940's and the "Cold war" period, where Germany were separated. The DB Museum also include satellite museums in other German cities.

   
Nürnberg 

Some of the vintage railway wagons displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.

Some of the vintage railway wagons displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.
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Some of the larger scale model railway wagons displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.

Some of the larger scale model railway wagons displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.
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Railway uniforms from the "Cold war" period displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.

Railway uniforms from the "Cold war" period displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.
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One of the vintages steam locomotives displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.

One of the vintages steam locomotives displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.
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A vintage German railway uniform and vintage measuring tools displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.

A vintage German railway uniform and vintage measuring tools displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.
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A vintage coal wagon displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.

A vintage coal wagon displayed at the DB Museum Nürnberg.
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