If you would like to go to Speyer contact Dirk Dannenfeld
who will be happy to assist you.
The event starts around 1700 as participants arrive in Speyer and are transferred to their hotels.
Followed by 19:00 get together and dinner at Technik Museum Speyer
The day is scheduled at the Speyer Museum which has much in common with our
own Duxford Imperial War Museum.
9:00 Display of Buses at Technik Museum Speyer, guided tour of the museum
13:00 Reception by the Management
14:00 Reception by the Mayor of Speyer and guided tour of historic Speyer
18:00 Evening programme
A road run takes place from Speyer to Sinsheim and back.
Click here for a map of the Road Run.
10:00 Road run to Sinsheim
13:00 Reception by the Mayor of Sinsheim
15:00 Display of Buses at Auto-und Technik-Museum, Sinsheim
17:00 Road run back to Speyer
20:00 Evening programme
Participants disperse in the morning.
10:00 Farewell to Speyer
EFE SHOWBUS International.
The SHOWBUS team will be at Speyer on the Saturday.
Technik Museum Speyer.
Click here for details
of the museum (available in English).
The Speyer Museum of Technology is housed in a former 1913 aircraft hangar, now
classified as an historical monument. Along with the associated Museum at Sinsheim it is the leading
German venue to view airplanes, locomotives, fire engines and vintage motor vehicles. The Sinsheim
museum even has a Concorde and its Russian counterpart, a TU-144 on display.
Annexed to the Museum of Technology is the Marine Museum, which displays a rich collection of
historical model ships. Its special attraction however is the 46 metre submarine, which can be viewed
from the inside.
Speyer Tourist Information.
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of the Speyer (available in English by clicking the German flag on the Speyer
The Town of Speyer
The 2000 year history of Speyer - city on the Rhine - has always been closely
linked to the history of both Germany and Europe. The cultural and economic
achievements of the region have undeniably shaped the development and
character of the city. It has among other landmarks the
famous cathedral, where German Emperors were crowned.
Speyer is located on he 61 Motorway close to the cities of Mannheim and Karlsruhe.
From Calais take the Motorway towards Maastricht and Aachen.
Continue along the A4 Motorway towards Cologne (Koln) until it intersects the A61. From there take
the A61 southwards to Koblenz and Speyer.
Click here to see
Konrad Auwaerter's own site with details of his collection of preserved buses
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