Manchester Museum of Transport
About The Manchester Museum of Transport
The core of the Museum collection represents the wide variety of fleets absorbed into the Passenger Transport Executive from 1969 onwards. These include the municipal fleets from Ashton, Bolton, Bury, Leigh, Manchester, Oldham, Ramsbottom, Rochdale, SHMD, Salford, Stockport and Wigan (in 1974) as well as part of North Western (in 1972) and Lancashire United (in 1981). The Museum hasembraced the development of public transport in the county by ensuring that the collection continues to grow, including key examples of vehicles through the years. At the time of your visit, some of the vehicles normally on display may be away from the Museum for repair, renovation or storage, or through attendance at an event. Greater Manchester's rich transport heritage is represented by their large collection of restored vehicles from the county, most of which are restored to operational condition. The Museum houses a 1966 Villiers, 346cc single cylinder Engined Model 57 AC Invacar and 1974 Seddon Pennine 3.9Litre Bus. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
Open every Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holiday (except during the Christmas and New Year period) - every day throughout August. 10am until 4.30pm.
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Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.
Boyle Street, Manchester, M8 8UW
0161 205 2122