Trolleybus & Tram Links

One of the Contributing Societies to The Trolleybus Museum, the BTS cares for a large number of preserved trolleybuses and publishes a monthly trolleybus magazine.
The aims of the Association are to co-ordinate the preservation of Bradford's trolleybuses and eventually restore vehicles to operational condition.
Information on all 6314 trolleybuses that ran in the U.K.
David Bradley’s site provides everything you need to know about the Croydon trolleybus network.
The Black Country Museum has the countries longest trolleybus route. This is the site for the trolleybus side of the museum.
Museum devoted to preserving the transport history of Ipswich.
The official website of the National Tramway Museum at Crich.
The homepage of Great Britain's most easterly working transport museum, in Carlton Colville, just outside Lowestoft, Suffolk.
A society dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Blackpool's famous trams.
Home of the Hastings Trolleybus Restoration Group including news of their annual vehicle rally.
A group dedicated to preserving and restoring Cardiff trolleybuses.
Online information about Huddersfield trolleybuses including those preserved at the Museum.
The website of the Rotherham Trolleybus Group
The Hull Trolleybus Search is hunting for any Hull trolleybuses that may or may not be salvageable.
All about preserved Arnhem trolleybuses no. 101
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