Danish Technical Museum, Denmark
The Danish Technical Museum is situated in the town of Helsingør (or Elsinore) most famous as the location of “Hamlet’s castle”. The exhibition covers 8000 square metres of a former iron foundry. The museum charts the history of industry and scientific technology, with a particular emphasis on Denmark and Danish achievement. The museum has an extensive collection of engines, vehicles, cars and small aeroplanes.
Note that the web site text is in Danish.
Inspired by the Curtiss floatplanes and designed by Denhaut, this type was the first French flying b...
Lockheed T-33A DT-491
Photographed in the Danish Technical Museum, Helsingör, Denmark, on 12 June 2012.
Lockheed T-33A DT-923
Photographed in the grounds of the Danish Technical Museum, Helsingör, Denmark, on 12 June 2012.
Photographed at the Danish Technical Museum, Helsingör, on 12 June 2012.
Jacob Christian Hansen El...