Souvenir Shop



Our shop is situated at one end of the "Axholme Stores" building and has many trolleybus-related items for sale including a good range of books and models. It also stocks magazines, games and puzzles, along with a range of pocket money items for our younger enthusiasts and visitors.

All profits from our sales are fed back into the Museum and its many projects.




David Barby




In the Trolleyshop, during the afternoon of filming   BBC2's "Antiques Road Trip" on 14 May 2012, antiques expert David Barby buying a bus-shaped mug from  Linda Proctor.  Sadly, David Barby died soon after the programme was made, but it was broadcast later that year and is still repeated on BBC2 from time to time.

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The Trolleybus Museum
Belton Road, Sandtoft, Doncaster
North Lincolnshire, DN8 5SX

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