Rügen Railway & Technology Museum

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Rügen Railway & Technology Museum

The Rügen Railway and Technology Museum (Eisenbahn & Technik Museum Rügen or ETM) is a German railway museum based on the Baltic Sea island resort of Rügen in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. It was established in 1994 and is housed in the museum section of the Nazi-built Kraft durch Freude ('strength through joy') building complex at Prora which is a protected monument.

In the vicinity of the station, in a 4000 m² hall and in the open air, the following may be visited:

  • Locomotives and other exhibits, especially those of the Deutsche Reichsbahn, but also other railway administrations:
    • 03 193 with streamlining made at the Reichsbahnausbesserungswerk Meiningen. The locomotive is now displayed with running number 03 002
    • DRG Class 44 - no. 44 2397-6 with oil-firing
    • DRG Class 50 - no. 50 3703 ex 50 877
    • Saxon IV K - DRG no. 99 584
    • ÖBB Class 1118
    • SDZ P36-123 - Russian steam locomotive P36-123
    • Culemeyer heavy trailer with a Kaelble tractor
    • Steam-driven rotary snow plough
  • Cars (not just East German makes)
  • Lorries
  • Fire engines, e.g. by Magirus Deutz and IFA
  • Tractors

Building Activity

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    OpenBuildings updated a digital reference
    about 5 years ago via Annotator
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