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ROAD TRAFFIC EXPOSURE (Hall B)

The diorama of the city ruins with
military vehicles of German or American
production is supplemented
by contemporary photos, giving evidence
of the armed conflict impacts.
The Government automobiles from
the former Soviet Union era of the
eighties, the black Čajka and ZIL remind
the past of that era. Motorization
in years after the World War II
has undergone a dynamic development
and left many memorials of
his birth. In this section is presented the series of Czechoslovak automobiles,
which represent the development of our motorization
from the forties to the eighties Around and above them are hung motorcycles,
produced in the same period.

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RAILWAY EXPOSURE (HALL A)

It presents the evolution of security, signaling and communication
technique, as well as other artifacts of rail transport. The railway entrance
is decorated by reconstruction of the facade of state railway
building of the Habsburg monarchy from the eighties of the 19th century.
In this section of the exposure dominates the Diorama of transport
agency from the sixties of the 20th century. The model of horse
railway viaduct (at Báhoň), built in the forties of the 19th century
among Bratislava, Trnava and Sereď, signaling lanterns and a collection
of railway uniforms present the period in which they were
used. A separate block of rail exposure is a track span with hand tool
collection for maintenance of rail superstructure. Interesting is light
hand-operated wooden draisine for the chief towerman (also called
"telegraphic"), and motor passenger draisine Tatra T 15/52 from
1947, used for driving control by the lineman.

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ROAD TRAFFIC EXPOSURE (HALL A)

By accessing this section two historical bicycles with
large front wheel installed in hanging position will
catch your attention. The birth time of these specific
high "boneshakers", dates back to the second
half of the 19th century. The first small bicycles so
called safety, came from England and we can see
their German counterpart under the brand Brennabor
from 1888. The chassis of the first motorcycles was
not different from the normal form of the bicycles, but
there were also exceptions. One of them is English tricycle
Ariel from 1900. The French Terrote and German Juho are samples
with the belt drive of the rear wheel, which some producers produced till
the end of the twenties years.

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