The Fisogni Museum of the Petrol Station
In 2017, Marco Mocchetti graduated from Milan University, majoring in History. Since 2018, he has been working for the Fisogni Museum of the Petrol Station in Tradate, taking care of the collection, organizing events, and managing social networks. Marco often writes articles about Fisogni’s collection and history for Italian and American magazines. His hobbies include vintage cars, motorsport, and photography.
Some of Marco Mocchetti's: The Fisogni Museum articles:
All the Fuel’s Men: A brief history of the Fisogni Museum of the Petrol Station
: Issue #7 Sept/Oct 2019
The Fisogni Museum of the Petrol Station, in Italy, hosts the biggest collection in the world of ancient fuel pumps, certified by Guinness World Record in 2000, including more than 6000 related objects, plates, vintage graphics, tools and gadgets.
Since 2015, the collection has been located in Tradate, near Milan Malpensa Airport, in an ancient Castiglioni Mansion, a nineteenth-century house built by a nobleman who fought with Giuseppe Garibaldi, and today this mansion is used as a Museum and location for events.