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Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
SANDTOFT TROLLEYBUS MUSEUMThe Trolley Bus Museum at Sandtoft is home to Britains largest collection of working trolleybuses.
Experience the noiseless, fumeless, trackless transport of yesteryear. View buses undergoing restoration and marvel at how they are adapted to operate on Sandtoft's own internal network of electrified trolley wires.
DirectionsOff M180 Junction 2, follow signposts through Belton to free car park. It is situated in open countryside some 15 miles North East of Doncaster in the Isle of Axholme.
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FacilitiesChildrens play area, groups welcome, dogs allowed, light refreshments, baby changing.
Much of the Museum (including toilet facilities) is accessible to disabled persons, with disabled parking, but there may be wheelchair access problems for trolleybus rides. We will assist wherever possible.
OPENING TIMESThe Museum is open to visitors on selected days during the year.
ParkingAmple free parking for visitors' cars and coaches is available. This is normally within the Museum premises, but may, on occasions, be located elsewhere, with a free "Park & Ride" bus service provided between the Car Park and the Museum.
Contact DetailsTel: 01724 711846
Belton Road, Sandtoft, Doncaster, DN8 5SX
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