North East Bus Museum
About The North East Bus Museum
The North East Bus Preservation Trust (NEBPT) is a group of over 130 bus and coach enthusiasts dedicated to preserving the vehicles and heritage of the North East of England. At the present time the North East Bus Preservation Trust has three buildings used for storage and workshop facilities. The North East Bus Preservation Trust currently owns 17 vehicles and the Museum also maintain a list of preserved buses. During the Winter months the Museum hold indoor meetings, with regular slide shows/videos and occasionally a guest speaker from within the transport industry. From Spring onwards we try to arrange evening trips in a preserved vehicle belonging to the trust, or a bus kindly offered by an owner member. Occasionally trips are taken further afield when we visit rallies and events organised by other preservation groups, e. g. Lincoln and Manchester and the Museum are regularly to be seen at venues or running days sponsored by other transport societies. Members of the North East Bus Preservation Trust receive a newsletter every two months keeping everyone up to date with what is happening within the Trust. There is an opportunity for members to help out on a purely voluntary basis at various events that we arrange. Main gatherings are: The MetroCentre (May), Fathers Day (June), Whitley Bay (July) and Seaburn (August Bank Holiday Monday). Although active participation is not a requirement, any help is greatly valued and appreciated. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
The Museum Meetings and Outings take place on the FOURTH Tuesday in the month.
Contacting the MuseumPlease do not contact jonniejumble directly about the North East Bus Museum as they will not be able to reply to your mail.
Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.
The North East Bus Preservation Trust Ltd, 8 Seaburn Hill, Sunderland, SR6 8BS