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Museums Operating Trolleybuses

United Kingdom

Apart from the Sandtoft Transport Centre, you will find trolleybuses operating at two other locations in the United Kingdom:

London 1812 at Carlton Coville
East Anglia Transport Museum is located at Carlton Colville in East Anglia. Apart from trolleybuses, the East Anglia museum also operates trams, motor buses, a narrow gauge railway and other historical vehicles.

London 1812 at Carlton Colville

The Black Country Living Museum Transport Group also operates trolleybuses and trams at the Museum. The operational  trolleybuses are Walsall 862, Wolverhampton 433 and Bradford 735, which has been painted into a version of Walsall livery and operates as "Walsall 735".  A partial reopening of the tramway service took place from 20th July 2015 between the coal mine and the tram shed.

Outside the U.K.

The Trolleybus Museum at Foxton, New Zealand. Following the death of its founder Ian Little and subsequently his son Wayne and wife Christina the museum has been closed since mid-2012. It has since re-opened.

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