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Aeroflot TU-144 CCCP-77112 at the Sinsheim Museum in Germany 24/01/2009
Excellent picture Victor
Many thanks for your kind words Quark.
Can you see most of the aircraft from the outside of the museum, or is it best to pay for a ticket for a full tour?
You can see all the big stuff from outside without having to pay. You can also go into the museum shop which has a balcony where you can see most of the aircraft from in that part of the museum. Its 12.5 euros to go in but is well worth paying. We didnt pay as we didnt have time for a full visit.
You can go in the IL-18 for 1 euro and have a go on one of the two slides that come out of the front doors!
Are you considering visiting this part of Germany Quark? I would highly recommend it.
Yes, possibly. It would be a good opportunity to see all those rare aircraft in one place!
You would not be disappointed if you do as it is really good.
Have you been to see this yet Quark?