This is a family owned museum. "At Kilgarvan the enthusiast can see the cars from all angles as our cars are not roped off. You can look into them, get the smell of the old leather and wood. If you are interested in any of the engines we will show them to you. Most of the cars on show are used during the year for rallies, shows etc., so these old cars have a nice lived-in feel to them."
The Transport Museum Society of Ireland began with an abortive 1949 effort to preserve three Dublin trams. Totally voluntary, the Society became a limited company in 1971 and is now a registered charity, operating to international museum standards.
The Ulster Transport Museum’s collection reveals how people have travelled by land, sea and sky - for work and for pleasure - both past and present. It is a story that takes you from the ill-fated voyage of the Titanic, to the short-lived industrial adventure of the De Lorean sports car.
Approximately 100 vehicules are on show in a 4000 m² area and categorized according to His Serene Highness whishes by class or period : military, horse-drawn carriages, popular, veteran, vintage, sports cars, classic and prestige...
Musée de Tramways et de Bus de la Ville de Luxembourg
The City of Luxembourg "Tramsmusée" is located in the buildings of the public transport service, on Rue de Bouillon, in the Hollerich district of Luxembourg-City.
The Tram Museum has 2 tramway motor coaches in running order, 2 tramway trailers, a life-size replica of a horse-drawn tramway, two buses, a car for catenary maintenance, 22 scaled-down models on a scale of 1: 8, nearly 8000 photos, and a quantity of old equipment originating from the public transport network operation. In addition, some cars or buses are still waiting to be restored