Our supporters

London Transport Museum is a Museum of urban transport which delivers important educational and heritage preservation charitable work across Greater London.

It maintains strong relationships with the wider transport industry, which helps the Museum to remain relevant in the debate about the Capital’s past, present and future development.

The Museum continues to reinforce its message of the importance of public transport creatively, collaboratively and meaningfully, whilst also offering unparalleled opportunities to meet business and CSR objectives through debate, networking and staff engagement.

The Museum would like to thank in particular:

Major Supporters

   TfL logo 2018
National Lottery Heritage Fund
Arts council england logo
Luke Rees Pully Charity Logo

dcms wolfson lockup

Museum Supporters

Sponsor of the Global Gallery

Global Logo

Sponsor of the Cubic Theatre & foyer

Cubic logo

Thought Leadership Partners

Gowling WLG Logo
Thales logo

Untangling the Tracks exhibition Supporters

Thameslink Programme Partners

Department for Transport

network rail

siemens

southeastern

southern

thameslink programme

London’s Transport at War Gallery Supporters

dcms wolfson lockup

charles hayward foundation

  • John S Cohen Foundation

Year of Engineering Partners

Digging Deeper Gallery Supporters

Future Engineers Gallery Supporters and Content Partners

Enjoyment to Employment Supporters 

Supporter of Inspire Engineering

Siemens logo 

Enjoyment to Employment

Bombardier logo
Costain logo
Mastercard
Telent logo
TfL logo 2018

Education Supporters

Luke Rees Pully Charity Logo

Heritage Supporters

London Transport Museum Futures Fellow

Josef Hargrave, Arup

Corporate members

Leader 

Driver

  • BAI Communications
  • HDI*
  • Keolis UK*
  • Mastercard*
  • Mott MacDonald*

Member

  • 2CV*
  • BDB Pitmans
  • Briggs Marine*
  • BYD
  • Citylink Communication
  • Computacenter UK
  • Deloitte*
  • DLA Piper
  • First Class Partnerships*
  • Gowling WLG*
  • J Murphy & Sons*
  • Lonsdale Rail
  • Morgan Sindall Infrastructure*
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • RATP Dev UK*
  • Sacker & Partners*
  • Schindler*
  • Transport Planning Associates*
  • Trapeze Group*

*denotes three-year membership

Patrons*

  • Mark Allatt
  • Ian Arthurton
  • Sir David Bell 
  • David Brown
  • Paul Butler
  • Roger Cooke
  • Anna Delvecchio
  • Adam Denning
  • Steve Edge
  • Martin Elms
  • John Farrow
  • Phil Fortey
  • Jane Fogg
  • Graham Hayden
  • Sir Peter Hendy CBE
  • Bill Hiron
  • Adrian Hollands
  • David Humphrey
  • Ken and Daphne Lousvet
  • Guy Marriott
  • John Marshall
  • Richard Meads MBE
  • Alan Moore CBE
  • Steve Norris
  • Peter and Susan Oakden
  • Tim O'Toole CBE
  • Michael Glyn Owen
  • Ian Ross
  • Paul Ross
  • Paul Sainthouse
  • John A. Self OBE
  • Stephen Shewmaker
  • Mike and Pat Sutcliffe
  • Phil and Caroline Swallow
  • Tony Vroon
  • Richard West
  • Nicholas Woolf OBE
  • Mark Yexley 

*We also have a number of Patrons who wish to remain anonymous.

Development Opportunities

The Museum offers specific and tangible benefits to organisations who wish to build a relationship with the Museum. If you would like to find out more please go to Sponsorship Opportunities

Contact us

Development Manager
London Transport Museum
39 Wellington Street
London
WC2E 7BB

Tel: +44 (0)343 222 5000
Email: [email protected]

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