In May 2021 we had the chance to spend two days at the PS Speicher collection in Einbeck, Germany. It is claimed to be the biggest motoring museum in Europe with over 2500 vehicles. If you want to see everything, it is advised that you really allocate at least two days for a visit. And it can be a family affair. The main building, a former corn processing plant offers a curated view of motoring history with interactive visual aids, information tables and thematic exhibits. And then you can spend as much time as you can devote to the depots. The commercial vehicle depot alone offers a fantastic selection of trucks, minivans, buses, caravans etc. from all over the world and of all ages. And then there is the minicar depot with the famous collection of the former Störy museum. I am not particularly interested in motorcycles, but there is a depot full of these two-wheelers as well. And then there is the “big cars” depot with plenty of Mercedes, BMW, Adler and other German brands such as Stoewer.
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