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Museum of Transport Mug - Last few remaining (Collectors Dream)

Product no.: 2001

Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester souvenir mug

£5.00 / unit(s) *
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Museum of Transport Mouse Mat

Product no.: 2002

Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester souvenir mouse mat, serves as a timely reminder of where you ought to be instead of on your computer! They will soon be gone, only 7 left!

£3.00 / unit(s) *
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Museum Guide: Public road transport in Greater Manchester since 1824 (Book)

Product no.: 1001

Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester: Museum Guide - Public road transport in Greater Manchester since 1824

ISBN: 9780946022014

£3.95 / unit(s) *
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Museum of Transport Car Sticker

Product no.: 2003

Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester car sticker - ok so you are driving around in your car and you want people to know you are a bus enthusiast/preservationist. What better method is there than having a dual purpose "image booster". One to tell others who you support and one to boost your ego and tell other enthusiast/preservationists what you are all about. 

£0.50 / unit(s) *
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Museum of Transport Pen

Product no.: 2004

Museum of Transport ballpoint pen (black) 

£1.00 / unit(s) *
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New The Last 1960's Bus - Drinking Mug

Product no.: 1010

Here we have a unique design depicting the Last 1960's Bus. TTD386H, a traditional exposed radiator Leyland PD3/4 that had been ordered by Ramsbottom Urban District Council and was intended to become No11 in their small 12-vehicle bus fleet. However, by the time the bus was delivered in November 1969, their bus fleet and its bus operations had already been absorbed into the 'South East Lancashire and North East Cheshire' Passenger Transport Authority (SELNEC), this made it the last traditional half-cab Leyland bus to be manufactured for use in the UK, and the only example to be delivered new to a PTA. The bus came to SELNEC in full Ramsbottom Urban District Council livery, carrying fleet number 11. It currently resides in the Museum of Transport. The theory has it that Leyland did not want to build another bus like this, but they managed to collect together enough parts to build it, which is why it is so unique. If you want to know more about its specifications please come to the Museum and ask any of our technical volunteers who will be more than happy to advise you.

£5.00 / unit(s) *
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Plus delivery unless otherwise specified in the description