The story of the Adler steam locomotive, links between the railways and sport, train operators' advertisements – the DB Museum's publications take you on a tour of Germany's rail history. Click the...
von ZERO an - The art collection of the DB Stiftung
The companion volume to the "von ZERO an" exhibition, which is being exhibited by the DB Museum from 8th May to 17th July at the AEG plant in Nuremberg, in collaboration with the DB Stiftung.
Modellarium - The World of Models in the DB Museum
The exhibition catalogue provides extensive background information about railway models and the model collection at the DB Museum.
A four-part history of the railway
Now available: the fourth volume of the catalogue accompanying the exhibition about Germany's rail history. Together, the books form a comprehensive reference source and provide all kinds of fascinating facts covering 200 years.
Next stop: sport
This book explores just how important rail services are to the world of sport, reveals how railway employees formed their own sports clubs and describes Deutsche Bahn's sponsorship of sporting events today.
The Adler – Germany's best-known locomotive
Printed in 2011, Der Adler is a special publication that devotes 120 pages to the very first locomotive to run in Germany and sees the DB Museum present the latest findings gleaned from modern research.
Train transports to the death camps: Deutsche Reichsbahn's deportations
Deutsche Bahn AG created this touring exhibition in 2008, and a detailed document exploring the issue has now been published.
Tales from 175 years of history
Planet rail – images and tales from 175 years of history
This jubilee publication was printed to celebrate the DB Museum's exhibition of the same name.
The DB Museum's locomotives
To mark the 175th anniversary of the railway in Germany, the DB Museum brought out a book Lokomotiven mit Geschichte ("Locomotives with history") that showcases no less than 105 of the vehicles in the museum's care.
Versailles on wheels
Versailles on wheels – Ludwig II and his royal train
The first volume in the series about the exhibits stored at the DB Museum delves into the history of the two luxury carriages used by Ludwig II, Bavaria's famous king. Both of these carriages are on display at our Nuremberg branch.