The Keighley Bus Museum Trust was founded in 1992 to create a permanent museum of public road passenger transport in the Keighley area. It's home to a large collection of vintage vehicles, including many former Keighley, Bradford and West Yorkshire-based buses.
Norfolk Motorcycle Museum was started over 25 years ago by George Harmer and ever since George and his son Steve have been collecting motorcycles from 1900's to the 1980's. With over 150 motorcycle you could say this is the place for the most hard core motorcycle enthusiasts but really this is a place for any one with a like for vintage items.
Based in the centre of Elgin (the capital of Morayshire, close to the Cooper Park), Moray Motor Museum is housed in a light and airy old mill building, part of which dates back to the era of the Cathedral when the Bishops of Moray ruled Moravia, and was used by them as a grain mill. The Moray Motor Museum houses a superb collection of veteran, vintage, classic cars and motorbikes.
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust was formed at the end of 2002.
The garage is now well established as a heritage center for buses and commercial vehicles. There are over 100 buses, coaches, commercial vehicles and fire appliances in the collection. Vehicles are usually owned by individuals or small groups and range from hulks rescued from scrap yards and awaiting restoration to fully restored and active examples.
The Dundee Museum of Transport was opened in April 2014. It is a lively and active local transport museum with a changing collection of cars, public service, and commercial vehicles including memorabilia.
Located between Doncaster and Scunthorpe, the Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft has over 60 historic trolleybuses in its collection. Many are in working order and on open days visitors can ride on them. Most of our trolleybuses come from towns and cities around Britain, and we show some of the social history of their heyday - the 1940's through to 1960's. We also have a few important examples from around Europe, Canada and New Zealand.
Dewsbury Bus Museum is a dedicated group of volunteers whose aim is to preserve the transport heritage of the West Riding and the surrounding areas. Up to thirteen of buses are stored in the building in Ravensthorpe near Dewsbury which can be visited by appointment.
The building that houses the Museum was built in 1934 for the Canvey & District Motor Transport Co. Ltd. and served a series of similar companies before passing to the Eastern National Omnibus Co. Ltd, which used it until 1978.
Castle Point Transport Museum Society then acquired the leasehold of the depot, later purchasing the freehold, and has since assembled a collection of over thirty preserved commercial vehicles, now forming the Canvey Island Transport Museum’s main display.
The Cardiff Transport Preservation Group is a charity created in 1992, that have leased an ex-Western Welsh Depot in Barry since 2008 to store the collection of buses and associated memorabilia. Their aim is to preserve representative examples of the buses that ran in South East Wales and the Valleys as well as memorabilia and records of the companies they ran for.