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Busweb Listings for Museums

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The Transport Museum, Wythall
The Midlands regional transport museum with over 100 buses and milk floats. Superb collection of Midland Red vehicles.

Sheffield Bus Museum
The Museum is located in part of the former Tinsley Tram Depot. It houses a good selection of buses and ancillary vehicles with the
local exhibits each adding an important piece to Sheffield's intriguing transport history.

Sandtoft Transport Centre
Sandtoft, north east of Doncaster, is now the Home of Britain's Trolleybuses. Since 1969, it has housed
a wide variety of trolleybuses from many different British fleets - plus a few foreign ones. Many have been
restored to full working order. On "Trolleydays", visitors can experience the noiseless, fumeless, trackless
transport of yesteryear.

Ipswich Transport Museum
Full details of the largest transport museum in the UK devoted to just one area - Ipswich. Includes pics of nearly all the large exhibits plus short histories of transport in Ipswich.

Scottish Vintage Bus Museum
The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum is the acknowledged focal point of historic bus restoration in Scotland, and houses some 150 vehicles on a 49-acre site. The museum is open to the public every Sunday afternoon, from Easter to September, when the site can be toured on a vintage bus.

St.Helens Transport Museum
A unique & extensive collection of vintage buses is the centrepiece of this
regional transport museum, located in St.Helens - between Liverpool and

Be transported through time!

Greater Manchester's Museum of Transport
Find out about Greater Manchester's transport history with the Museum of Transport in Manchester. Opened in 1979, the Museum has a large and varied collection of exhibits, charting the development of public transport in the county, ranging from a Victorian horse-drawn bus to a full size prototype for Greater Manchester's Metrolink.

NARTM - National Association of Road Transport Museums
Representing independent road transport museums and collections in the UK

City of Portsmouth Preserved Transport Depot
We are currently working on proposals for a permanent Transport Museum in Portsmouth, where our vehicles can be displayed to their best advantage, and where we can also have a small-exhibits section, a meeting / education room, a shop, a café, and toilet facilities.

National Transport Museum of Ireland
This is Ireland's only comprehensive assembly of public service and commercial road transport vehicles. The oldest vehicles date from 1883, the newest 1984.

Amberley Working Museum
Part of the Amberley Museum is dedicated to the preservation of pre-1940s Southdown buses and associated memorabelia.

Hurlburt Motor Truck Company
The Hurlburt Motor Truck Company was in business between 1912 and 1925 in New York City. They manufactured Buses and Trucks. This site is a history of the company with pictures of the vehicles.

Kells Transport Museum
Kells Transport Musuem is Irelands' operating bus museum with over 150 vehicles. They have one of the finest collection of Bedfords and Leylands in Europe and their main depot is in Cork on a seven acre site. They can be contacted at +353-21-431-4601, have e-mail busmuseum@hotmail.com and their website is www.kellstransportmuseum.com.

The Wheels Museum of Transport Heritage
A New museum project in the heart of Warwickshire

Aston Manor Museum's site giving a history of the museum, details of exhibits, and forthcoming events, and a monthly vehicle feature. Includes several good photographs.

Keighley Bus Museum Trust Ltd
Probably the largest collection of buses/coaches and ancillery vehicles in Yorkshire. Lions, Td's,Pd's,Ps1,Regents,Rt,leopards,Cvg,s,Bristols, An68,Fleetline,Metrobus,Olympian,Trolleybus's and Towerwagons.Approx 60 vehicles on two sites!!

Oxford Bus Museum
Full details of Oxford Bus Museum and the associated Morris Motors Exhibition Hall.

The Bus Depot Barry
The Cardiff Transport Preservation Group has recently taken out a lease on the former Western Welsh Omnibus Company depot in Broad Street, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Full details of this project to establish Bus Museum in South Wales.

Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum
Web site of the Lincs Vintage Vehicle Society / Lincs Road Transport Museum. Established 1959, the Museum is home to a collection of vehicles including buses, cars and commercial vehicles, dating from the 1920s onwards.

The Isle of Wight Bus Museum
The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum was established in 1997 and contains an impressive display of vintage buses and coaches, collected to display the Island’s transport heritage.

The buses are housed in a former grain storage warehouse, on Newport Quay. They range from a 1889 tram car and a 1927 Daimler, to more recent vehicles. There are examples of vehicles under restoration, many items of memorabilia, and a vast collection of photographs reflecting the heyday of the Island as a holiday destination.

The Bus Museum is run by an enthusiastic group of volunteers and new members are always welcome. We are a working museum with restored vehicles operating on special occasions such as bus rallies, carnival events and special operating days.

Wheelchair access is available to most areas. There is a well stocked gift shop, and refreshments/toilet facilities close by.

Make your trip to the Isle of Wight complete with a trip to this fascinating museum, and relive the bygone times of the ‘Golden Age of Bus Transport’.

South Wales Transport Preservation Group
The Group aims to restore and preserve buses of former public transport companies of South and West Wales. Our impressive range of vehicles includes those of SWT as well associated and other companies, including United Welsh, Morris Bros,, Rees & Williams, Swan Motor Co., Neath & Cardiff, Llynfi, Red & White, Western Welsh and London Transport.

Yeldham Transport Musuem
Our newly formed transport museum.

North West Museum of Road Transport
A unique & extensive collection of vintage buses is the centrepiece of this Regional Transport Museum

Be Transported Through Time !
Following its extensive and comprehensive refurbishment the North West Museum of Road Transport is open to the public every Saturday and Sunday.


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