Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society
Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum
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| Museum open 10 am to 4 pm Sundays and 11 am to 4 pm Monday to
until 31 October, then Sundays only
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The Society, formed in 1959 and celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, is based at the Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum, Whisby Road, North Hykeham, Lincoln where the museum houses a collection of over 65 vintage cars, buses and commercial vehicles spanning over 80 years of road transport history. There are also many interesting displays of transport history.
If you wish to join the Society, you will receive a quarterly magazine packed full of interesting articles, information, and photographs. You will also be most welcome to join in one or more of the many aspects of volunteering!
The objects of the Society are to preserve, restore and operate historic road transport vehicles as a permanent public exhibition and museum for the advancement of technical, historical and general education and for the permanent preservation, display and demonstration of historic road transport vehicles, equipment, machinery and relics of historical, operational and general interest and educational value.
The Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society gratefully acknowledges the encouragement and support of The Arts Council, Lincoln City Council, Lincolnshire County Council, Museum Development East Midlands, MLA East Midlands, North Kesteven District Council, and many other organisations, businesses and individuals.
|Company Name :
Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society Ltd
Registered No: 4616639
Place of registration:
England & Wales
Lincoln LN6 3QT
|Registered Charity No 1098653
Member of the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society
Member of the National Association of Road Transport Museums
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