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The museum's compact site is a veritable treasure trove of discovery and provides a suitable backdrop in which to operate and display our collection of vehicles. From dense woodland to a full width roadway complete with authentic street furniture not an inch of precious space is wasted.
The Tramway...
The museum is very fortunate to have a tramline that is relatively compact and easy to manage, whilst being long enough for our visitors to fully appreciate a ride by vintage tram. After travelling along the museum street, trams turn off onto our wonderfully atmospheric woodland tramline, terminating at Hedley Grove picnic area. Visitors may return to the museum on either the same or another tram, or take a leisurely stroll along the woodland path, from where unique views of the trams in a woodland setting can be seen.

The Trolleybus Route...
On 10th January 1971 history was made when London Transport trolleybus 1521 was the first of its kind to run under trolleybus overhead in a museum anywhere in the country. Now the museum circuit is probably the most complex of its kind in the country, in terms of the number of possible movements constrained by overhead wiring. In July 2008 the amount of roadway available for trolleybus operation was almost doubled, allowing a circular route around the site to be taken. Additionally, the museum has always been known among enthusiasts as the 'home' of the preserved London trolleybus, with No's 260, 1201 and 1521 in residence.

 

Below you will find a brief description of the museum's main areas and link to a map of the site that can be downloaded so that you can plan your visit before you arrive.
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