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Stubbekøbing Motorcykel- & Radiomuseum

4850 Stubbekøbing, Denmark (Sjælland)

Address Nykøbingvej 52
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Motorcycles / Motorbikes
  • TV and image recording
  • Wire- & tape recording
  • Record players with pick up
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Gramophone (no electrical sound transmission)


Opening times
Easter to end of October: Sundays and holidays + some Tuesday through Thursday: 11-16h
se: www.motorcykelogradiomuseum.dk/dansk/entre

Admission
Status from 09/2016
Adults: DKK 50
Voksne fra 14 år: Kr. 50,00

Contact
Tel.:+45-40-25 87 35  Tel.2:+45-30-32 02 74  

Homepage www.motorcykelogradiomuseum.dk

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Location / Directions
N54.885601° E12.035938°N54°53.13606' E12°2.15628'N54°53'8.1636" E12°2'9.3768"

Stubbekøbing is a town in Guldborgsund municipality in Region Sjælland on the northeastern coast of the island of Falster in south Denmark. Ferry service connects the town of Stubbekøbing across the Grønsund to Bogø at the town of Nyby.

Location / Directions
(other)
Stubbekøbing er en by på det nordlige Falster ved Grønsund. Ligger i Guldborgsund Kommune og tilhører Region Sjælland. Der sejler færge til Bogø om sommeren.

Description From musuem's webpage:
The largest museum-collections of old motorcycles in Northern Europe with a variation and amount, that surprises most people. There are about 150 motorcycles from the entire world covering a period from 1897-1985.

The Radiomuseum became part of the house in 1982 and shows the development for televisions, radios and record players from 1900 up to today.

Originally, the collections of motorcycles and radios were started by 2 two persons in privat. Both of the museums often receive new objects for their collections.

I grew up in a home where radiofans where part of my surroundings and so I became a radiomechanic myself. That is why i had to do with radios right from the director receiver up to the Hifi Stereo system, and I had to observe, how a thriving Danish radio industry - which consisted of 18 Danish produced brands in 1950 - increasingly was reduced to only one manufacturer. There were two reasons. In the late fifties the great TV boom occured and the financial needs for adjustments overstrained some of them, the rest fell when the Japanese took control over the market in the sixties. It became a matter of price, not of quality. The validation of this statement can be done easily looking at a lot of tdevices in this collection, that are still running.

This radio collection has been started on my own interest in earlier technology as well as the motorcycle collection did.
Are you sure, that your Japanese stereo equipment will be still running in fifty years from now??

Beside appreciation to the Danish inventors who ceated Radio Broadcasting, this collection reminds that Denmark and the rest of Europe were self-supplying with entertainment electronics as well.

Description
(other)
Fra hjemmesiden for Museum:
Malermester Erik Nielsen besluttede i 1976 at skænke hele sin fantastiske samling af gamle motorcykler til Stubbekøbing kommune mod at få stillet egnede lokaler til rådighed. Derfor var kommunen i 1977 i den heldige situation at kunne indvie Stubbekøbing Motorcykelmuseum. Museet har i de forløbne år forøget den enestående samling fra 80 til 230 maskiner, hvoraf 170 udstilles løbende. Derudover udstilles 60 løse motorcykelmotorer og 25 knallerter.

Museets Venneforening hjælper og støtter museet med mange opgaver. Venneforeningens hjemmeside er www.motorcykelvenner.dk.

I 1983 udvidedes museet med en stor samling af sjælne, gamle radioer, højtalere, grammofoner, fjernsyn m.v., stillet til rådighed af Benny Ahlburg.

Radiosamlingen er ligesom motorcykelsamlingen blevet til ved egen interesse for ældre teknik. Selv er jeg opvokset i et hjem, hvor "radioter" færdedes, og radiomekaniker blev da også mit erhverv. Jeg har således været med i løbet, fra detektormodtageren til stereoanlægget og set hvorledes en driftig dansk radioindustri, som i 1950 talte 18 danskfremstillede mærker, langsomt men usvigelig sikkert blev decimeret til en eneste fabrik. Årsagerne var to. I halvtredsernes sidste del indtraf det store TV-boom, og de investeringer, der krævedes af fabrikkerne, tog benene væk under nogle og med det japanske indtog på markedet i tresserne faldt resten omkuld. Det var en kamp ikke om kvalitet, men om pris. At dette er rigtigt ses af, at der i samlingen er mange stadig fungerende apparater.

Mon Deres japanske stereoanlæg også vil fungere om 50 år??

Samlingen er foruden at være en hyldest til de danske opfindere som skabte radiofonien, også en erindring om, at der var en tid hvor vi i Danmark og det øvrige Europa var selvforsynende med elektronik

Fra Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi:

Udstilling

Den ældste motorcykel i samlingen er en dansk motorcykel, der stammer fra 1897. Motorcykelmærkerne stammer fra Belgien, Danmark, DDR, Frankrig, Italien, Japan, Schweiz, Spanien, Storbritannien, Sverige, Tyskland, USA og Østrig.

Udover hele motorcykler udstilles også omkring 60 løse motorcykel motorer samt 25 knallerter.

Den ældste radio der er udstillet er stammer fra mellem 1919 og 1920 og samlingen vise udviklingen af radio, tv og højtalere fra starten af 1900-tallet indtil i dag.

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