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Bournemouth 301

At present 301 is at Keighley Museum undergoing electrical repairs and will remain there until next year when normal trolleybus operations can resume at the Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft once Covid 19 restrictions are eased.

London 1812

Following the expiration of the five year loan agreement with the London Bus Museum at Brooklands, 1812 was moved into temporary accommodation in the Reading area on 7 November 2020. In the near future it will be taken to Dorking for a mechanical overhaul before returning to The Trolleybus Museum At Sandtoft in 2021.

History Of The British Trolleybus Society

Between 2011 and 2013 Dave Hall serialised the history of the BTS in the days when we were known as the Reading Transport Society. It also traced the history of the trolleybus preservation movement generally up to the time when museums at Carlton Colville and Sandtoft became a reality. If you would like to read the history again or are new to the BTS and would like the chance to read it then click here

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