Gerhard Neumann Museum
Established2000
LocationNiederalteich, Bavaria
TypeAviation museum
Websitehttp://www.f-104.de/english/home_english.html

The Gerhard Neumann Museum is an aviation museum located in the German village of Niederalteich in Bavaria. The museum chronicles the work of German aero engine designer, Gerhard Neumann, in particular the General Electric J79 turbojet and Lockheed F-104 Starfighter which this engine powered. Many aerospace exhibits are on display including fixed-wing aircraft and aircraft engines.[1]

Aircraft on display

The museum has four examples of the Lockheed F-104, a Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 and fuselage sections of other aircraft types.[2]

Jet aircraft

Aircraft engines

The General Electric J79 in front of the museum
The General Electric J79 in front of the museum

Gas turbine engines

See also

References

Notes
  1. ^ Gerhard Neumann Museum - History page Retrieved: 2 November 2016
  2. ^ Gerhard Neumann Museum - Exhibits page Retrieved: 2 November 2016

Coordinates: 48°45′59″N 13°01′33″E / 48.7665°N 13.0258°E / 48.7665; 13.0258