This is a list of transport museums. Old transportation systems don't disappear, they often become the park and recreational facilities of future generations. A number of redundant railway hve been restored to working order in the UK with track from a few yards to 20 + miles with some runing extensive timetables and linked to the 'main line rail network. Other former bus garages and stations have been turned into mixed subject visitor attraction set in historic surroundings, often with interactive education displays.

United KingdomEdit


These facilitese have a range of relevance from the odd exhibit to large collections of vehicles which tie in with other articles on this wiki, as preserved examples of vehicles and machines.

Northern IrelandEdit



Republic of IrelandEdit

Isle of ManEdit


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