South Yorkshire Transport Museum
About The South Yorkshire Transport Museum
The South Yorkshire Transport Museum (Sheffield Bus Museum) is a non-profit organisation which relies on donations, sponsorship, funding and the help of it's many volunteers to keep it running. A part of history is kept alive through the careful restoration of the vehicles. The Museum is currently home to 50 vehicles, including buses, a tram, train and 2 tractosr. Some of these vehicles are owned by the museum and some are privately owned. All of these vehicles are at different stages of restoration, some fully restored to their former glory. On an event day, you can stroll around and look at all the vehicles in their different stages of restoration. Some vehicle owners are on hand to talk about their vehicles, refreshments are served and there is merchandise and memorabilia available in our shop.
WHY NOT HIRE A BUS?
On June 1st, 2008, The South Yorkshire Heritage hire service began operating. If you require transport for a number of guests to a wedding, a party or any other such event, why not ask us to quote you for the hire of one of our vintage double deck buses. We are flexible to your needs but we do not normally undertake hires that involve late night arrangements. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
On an Open day, you can stroll around and look at all the vehicles in their different stages of restoration. Some vehicle owners are on hand to talk about their vehicles, refreshments are served and there is merchandise and memorabilia available in our shop. Visit the site to see the Open days.
Contacting the MuseumPlease do not contact jonniejumble directly about the South Yorkshire Transport Museum as they will not be able to reply to your mail.
Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.
Waddington Way, just off Aldwarke Lane (A6123) in Aldwarke, Rotherham, S65 3SH