PS.Speicher in Einbeck (Germany) is much more than a museum, it is - a journey to discover "the wheels that keep us moving", an exhibition and theme park which invites the whole family to learn and to marvel. There are a lot of vehicles of all ages and many thematic exhibitions that change throughout the year. Currently, and probably until the end of this year, there is an exhibition in favor of the history of the electric car, with 33 vehicles and components exposed, which give a vision of the advances in this technology.
The subject is very current, but one of the oldest in the history of the automobile, as our readers know well through the news that we have already published here regarding this subject.
Those responsible for the exhibition recently asked for my help for the documentation, as they still did not know many details of the complex history of electromobility. They are committed to give more emphasis to this fascinating story - we are aware of the events.
The origin of this modern museum-exhibition was the delivery of an entire collection of old cars by businessman Karl-Heinz Rehkopf to a non-profit foundation, which was commissioned to create a space to showcase these models to the public. This collection is one of the largest in Europe of its kind. The space created and the presentation of part of this collection in a professional and modern way has caused much interest, and now the PS.Speicher is a must-see for any lover of cars and industrial vehicles.
It also has a PS.Depot open, three kilometers away from the museum, where you can see more than 220 industrial vehicles of all times, trucks, buses, engines and construction machinery, many of them still in operation and participating in different meetings.
Photos courtesy: Kulturstiftung Kornhaus