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GeneralRe: Scotland independence... PinprofessionalRichard Deeming3-Sep-14 9:28 
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GeneralMy poor feet! PinmemberCDP18023-Sep-14 5:40 
I spent the whole day walking through this museum[^]. It must be more than 25 years since I went there for the last time. As an excuse: I did not live here im Munich back then and would never have guessed to end up here.
 
Among the most memorable displays:
 
A Apple I which looks even cheaper than my old Netronics Elf II, which also was a kit from more or less the same time.
 
I walked through and around a Junkers 52 airplane.
 
Took a deep look into J2 rocket engine (Saturn V, second stage).
 
Had a good look at an A4 rocket from the fins up to the nose. The grandpa of both the Russian and American space programs.
 
Parked my behind on a Cray I and pretended not to know that it was not a round vistor bench Smile | :)
 
Got many pictures of the inside and outside of a Sikorsky S-55, but found no way to climb into the cockpit without getting thrown out.
 
Turned the propeller of a Messerschmitt 109 when nobody was looking and could not get close enough to the Messerschmitt 262 to do more than take some pictures.
 
And there was a Zuse Z4 on display, but I think to have heard that it's only a replica and that there are no more surviving early Zuse computers.
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GeneralRe: My poor feet! PinsitebuilderAndy Brummer3-Sep-14 5:50 
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GeneralScottish independence? PinmemberMunchies_Matt3-Sep-14 5:34 
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