Sereno Pontoni exhibits a collection that tells the story of mopeds. 170 vehicles are exhibited with displacements from 38 to 50 cc up to 200 both in two and four strokes of the most diverse Italian and European origins, as well as Russian, Argentinian, Chinese and Japanese models. These include a 1949 Lambretta with the plaque of the Free Territory of Trieste. The collection also includes some historic cars
The collection contains documents relating to both World Wars, but the centenary year of the outbreak of the Great War was considered an appropriate time to open the new museum, with most of the available space reserved for exhibits related to that earlier conflict, some of them unique and extraordinary.
The National Transport Museum opened in Spezia in 1986. Originally dedicated solely to trolleybuses, the museum later expanded to include vehicles on wheels and trains. The museum now has exhibitions in the historical hangar belonging to the ATC and in a special undercover area in Santo Stefano Magra.
The collection currently comprises of 16 trolleybuses, 40 inter and outer-city buses, 3 trams, 8 service vehicles, 7 locomotives and 5 railway carriages. The trolleybus section is the main attraction
This unusual collection of hearses includes Cadillac, Fiat and Mercedes with very ornate bodies, some in Baroque style. The bodies sometimes reflect the typical religiousness of Campania, the ancient solemnity of the religious rite celebrated for the farewell.