The Classic Remise, formerly known as the Meilenwerk Museum, is an old Berlin tram depot that has now been converted into classic and vintage automobile paradise. Here the old motorcycles and cars find space alongside workshops that specialise in restoring and refurbishing them. Saunter through here and you can spend a whole day just gazing at the beautiful machines on display. Which is exactly what we did!
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Walking around the Classic Remise provides one with unique perspectives on classic cars - look at those Citroen 2CV tails. Pretty if you ask us!
Ford Mustangs, Mercedes Benz Pontons and classic car workshops - there's something for everybody here
Like scale model stores with terrific models like the Lamborghini Miura and so much more
These Classic Edition motor oil cans really caught our attention
As did this little Fiat 500 - just sitting there and looking imminently drive off-able in
Cars old and new, with examples of racing heritage behind them
The Ferrari store and the Italian-inspired Saab Sonnet III - contrasts and similarities all at once
This space not only houses cars, but is also open for automotive clubs to meet and host events too
If your long stroll through the Classic Remise tires you out, consider grabbing a bite at the Parc Ferme restaurant within the premises
Make sure you look at every nook and cranny - those old school petrol pumps are a must see!
One of the more unique cars at the Classic Remise - the Amphicar 770, complete with fins and propellers
You can spend all day walking through the Remise - metal up close on one side and metal tucked away in glass on the other
The Isetta 300 by BMW is just one of the eyecatching displays at the Classic Remise
Austin Healey 3000s jostle for space with the likes of the Jaguar E-Type at the Classic Remise
Among the beautiful Mercedes Benzes and Jaguars you catch sight of the quirky looking Citroen H Vans and 2CVs - keeps things amusing and interesting all at once
There aren't as many motorcycles at the Remise, and more often than not they are tucked away in corners - like this red Moto Guzzi Lodola 235
That's what the Classic Remise used to look like back in the day, before it became an automobile collective
Tram tracks a reminder of what this museum once used to be
Racecars - like this DTM edition Mercedes-Benz 190 E - also find a spot at the museum
Owners can store their cars in glass cases to protect them from the elements - like this Lamborghini Diablo and that Ferrari Dino you see peeking out the corner
Workshops that restore, refurbish, tune and fettle with classic cars and motorcycles are also housed within the Classic Remise
Some workshops specialise in a particular make of car - like PS automobile who work exclusively on Porsches
Here's a fine example of PS Automobile's work - this Martini liveried Porsche 934