The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft has three supporting societies. Members of these societies receive discounted annual membership of The Trolleybus Museum. They are:

Bradford Trolleybus Association

The Association's aims are to co-ordinate the preservation of the city's trolleybuses and, eventually, to restore vehicles to operational condition. Their current project is Bradford 758, Britain's last open rear platform trolleybus, which is a resident at The Trolleybus Museum, although currently away undergoing restoration. Visit their website at

British Trolleybus Society

Formed out the Reading Transport Society, a founding group at The Trolleybus Museum, the BTS has a large collection of trolleybuses, most of which live at The Museum and is one the UK's largest trolleybus groups. Visit their website at

Doncaster Omnibus & Light Railway Society

One of the original founding groups at The Trolleybus Museum and the most local, DOLRS has a keen interest in the local transport history, owning 5 former Doncaster Corporation motor buses and Doncaster's last trolleybus, most of which live at The Trolleybus Museum. Find out more at

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