South Yorkshire Transport Museum (Sheffield) Reviews
Description:Address: Tinsley Tram Sheds / Sheffield Road / Tinsley / Sheffield S9 2FY
Newest Review: ... some of them are driven around the grounds, enabling the visitor to see these in a working situation. On a few Sundays throughout the year the museum has special open days. On these days the vehicles are driven outside and joined by other vintage pieces of transport from similar museums around the Country. Likewise the South Yorkshire Transport Museum also sometimes loans out some of its own ... more
Customer South Yorkshire Transport Museum (Sheffield) Reviews (1)
by - written on 15/02/08 (Very useful, 209 readings)
The South Yorkshire Transport Museum can be found at Aldwarke, near Rotherham in South Yorkshire. Until recently this transport museum was located in the former Tinsley tram sheds between Sheffield and Rotherham. I visited here about 4 years ago and it was then called the Sheffield Bus Museum. Now it has relocated, it has been given a new name, the South Yorkshire Transport Museum. The former Sheffield Bus Museum first opened its doors to the public over ten years ago, in 1997. In December 2006 this museum closed, re-opening in the Spring of 2007. This museum has a collection of trams and buses that were once in use in Sheffield and the surrounding ... Read the complete review
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