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    Default Deckel at the Deutsches Museum Munich 2

    Hi All,

    Continuing the post.

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    Above, according to one of the Museum`s employees, a Deckel FP2A from1991 sporting a Sony Dialog 11 screen, No explanation was offered for this exhibit.

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    Above a DE10 from 1991, again no explanation!

    The Museum is very interesting and well worth a visit.

    Alan

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    Alan:
    Thanks for posting the photos.
    You do know that you can "reply" to your own post and make it continue all in one thread, right?
    Cheers Ross

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    Hi All

    Ross, thanks for the tip.

    Alan

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    May well be interesting but for far more reasons than the Deckel as much as we all like machines.

    The museums Maritime, Railway and Aviation exibits are second to none to say nothing of the live demonstations of the Faraday's Cage.

    John

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    Anybody who is interested in - anything really - could spend days in that museum. Much more interesting than the Louvre!

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    One of the best science and technology museums. Spent there the whole day when in Munich....wish I had more time.


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