The East Anglia Transport Museum is a living museum where vehicles of yesteryear can be seen in action and half-forgotten sounds of the past are brought back to life.
Visitors can journey back in time by travelling on a few of the “exhibits” along the museum’s streets. The museum has a wide range of preserved vehicles in action and is known among enthusiasts as the ‘home’ of the preserved London trolleybus, with No’s 260, 796, 1201 and 1521 in residence.
There’s also a 2ft gauge railway which opened in 1973 to recreate a typical light railway of years gone by. Vehicles wind their way along a street scene of houses and shops, complete with authentic street furniture of bygone days, rescued by us from many parts of the country. There’s also exhibition halls filled with historic vehicles and objects where visitors can view part of the extensive collection of on cars, commercial vehicles, electric vehicles and steam,