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London Transport Museum is an independent heritage and educational charity. We rely on the support of our visitors, customers, companies, trusts, foundations and crucially individuals to care for our collection of over 470,000 objects, deliver special exhibitions, restoration projects and innovative learning programmes.

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Battle Bus

Battle Bus

The B-type, developed by the London General Omnibus Company (LGOC), was the first successful mass-produced motor bus. With the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund and London Transport Museum Friends, B2737 was restored to operational condition

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Volunteers working on restoring a heritage train car

Q stock restoration

We are restoring a unique piece of the District line’s heritage, the last three remaining 1930s Q stock cars. A team of volunteers are working with our restoration experts to get the last three 1930s Q stock cars back up and running

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Block EtoE

Enjoyment to Employment

We are working with the industry to turn childhood enthusiasm into adult achievement through Enjoyment to Employment. This formative programme reaches children and young people at key points throughout their learning and development

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Stand out from the crowd

The whole family can stand out this Christmas with our exclusive London transport-inspired knitwear! Pick up a jumper, scarf or hat with its buses, snowflakes, roundels and Tubes on! Available in adult or children's sizes.

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View down Regent Street at night, with Christmas decorations lit up

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Lights and Sights

Climb aboard a cosy vintage bus and experience the excitement of the city at Christmas! Due to popular demand, we've added an extra day of tours. Tickets are fast selling out! 

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Object of the month

This poster, designed in 1980, was used to promote the Traveller's Perks booklet, offering discounts to travellers during the often expensive festive season. Roundels replace snowflakes in the wintery scene!

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