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Access your data

Under data protection legislation you are entitled to ask to see any personal information that we hold about you. This page explains how to make a ‘Subject Access request' to London Transport Museum and how we use your information when we process a request.

To help us identify and locate your personal data, when submitting a request please be as specific as possible when describing both the information you believe may exist and its possible sources.

Data protection legislation allows us to ask you for further clarification where appropriate. We will not be able to begin processing your request until that clarification has been provided.

London Transport Museum will use the personal information you provide to enable us to reply to your request and any subsequent internal review, complaint or appeal about its handling in accordance with data protection legislation our information access policy, and our privacy and data protection handling procedure.

On some occasions, we may need to share your information with associated organisations, including Transport for London, and legal representatives. We will retain a record of your request for up to two years after it, or any review or appeal, is complete - for the purposes of managing any subsequent correspondence and establishing and defending legal rights.

Please download and complete the form here: Subject access request form

Send your completed form to:

Privacy Officer
London Transport Museum
39 Wellington Street
London
WC2E 7BB

Or email it to: [email protected]  

Museum staff records

London Transport Museum is a subsidiary company of Transport for London. If you are a current or former employee of London Transport Museum or you have previously applied for a job with London Transport Museum, please use the HR Subject Access Form on the TfL website ‘Access your data’ page to request access to any associated personal information.

https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/privacy-and-cookies/access-your-data#on-this-page-6

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Princess Anne escorted by 4 men at the opening of the Museum

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This photo is from the official opening of the Museum on 28 March 1980. Director Peter Stephens is pictured escorting Princess Anne past the buses.

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