Sinsheim: Flying high at 40

Germany’s Technik Museum Sinsheim is world-renowned as being home to both a Concorde and Tu-14 4, but the attractions aren’t limited to supersonic relics. Sebastian Schmitz shares some of his highlights from this transportation treasure trove

Visible for miles are the museum’s undisputed stars two supersonic jetliners mounted side by side on the facility's roof
Air France Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde, F-BVFB, was delivered to the museum in 2003, two years after its Russian counterpart

The town of Sinsheim in southwestern Germany, around 15 miles away from better-known Heidelberg, is a rather pretty little place. While football aficionados may have heard of Bundesliga team TSG Hoffenheim, which has its stadium nearby, for most people the top attraction is the Technik Museum.

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