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The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft

Home to the World's Largest Collection of Preserved Trolleybuses

Newcastle 501 on loan from BeamishThe Trolleybus Museum  at Sandtoft (TM@S) is located near Doncaster, and is home to the world's largest collection of preserved trolleybuses. Please visit their web site for more information on the museum and its open days. For directions on how to get there, see their Directions page, or click here for an interactive Google map.

Most of the BTS Fleet resides at Sandtoft, and a number of them run regularly. Details of all the vehicles can be found on the Fleet Pages. The British Trolleybus Society runs a number of events at Sandtoft, details of which will be posted on the Future Events page. There are a number of pages covering previous events held at Sandtoft.

There are several Videos taken at Sandtoft (on YouTube): see Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft. There are other Sandtoft videos on YouTube - search for Sandtoft Trolleybus and you'll find quite a few!

A Recent Addition - Johannesburg 589

In April 2009, Johannesburg 589 arrived back in the U.K. Click here to read an article by Dave Chick about its arrival.

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