Trolleybus Museum celebrates 50 years

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A special Bank Holiday programme of events and a record number of vehicles in service was organised to mark the event, reports Nick Larkin

The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft, just off the M18 near Doncaster, has celebrated its 50th anniversary with the message that British operators should be looking at this mode of transport today. Britain’s last trolleybus system in Bradford ended in 1972, but networks still remain in mainland Europe and the former Soviet Bloc.

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Trolleybus action at Sandtoft 50. GRAHAM BILBE

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