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Bradford’s official last trolleybus, FWX 914, a 1948 Sunbeam F4 rebodied by East Lancs in 1962, is among the museum’s exhibits. KBMT

https://www.jamesramsden.com/2024/03/07/3j72b45od5i https://wasmorg.com/2024/03/07/tqdq6lwqkpi Keighley Bus Museum has a secure future now it has been able to purchase its premises, reports Nick Larkin

After years facing an uncertain future, and at one point even being served an eviction notice, the Keighley Bus Museum Trust (KBMT) has finally been able to buy its premises. “We are absolutely delighted to announce this news. It ends so much uncertainty,” said KBMT chairman Norman Shepherd. “It’s all been a long process.”

Buying Tramadol Online This means that the 130 vehicles kept at the West Yorkshire museum, of which around 100 are coaches and buses, have a secure home. Cars and commercial vehicles are also part of the collection.

In 2022 an eviction notice was served on the museum, but thankfully things changed: “After discussions and changes on the museum board, the landlord, Steve Greenwood, really supported us and we’d like to thank him,” Norman said. “Our thanks also go out to everyone backed us,” said Norman. “We’ve had wonderful support locally and across the classic vehicle movement.”


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