Besides Automobiles, the British Transportation Museum has a mission to collect and preserve other related items. This includes 15 bicycles, a large library of books, articles, memorabilia and many other related items.
We have over 15 bicycles of British origin. The bicycle industry was the precursor to many motorcycle and automotive makers. For example, Triumph started producing bicycles in 1889. In 1902 they started producing motorcycles and then in 1921 they started producing automobiles.
1980 Bickerton Portable (#234)
1970’s Raleigh Twenty
1980’s Raleigh Twenty
1962 Moulton Stowaway
1980’ AM Moulton (qty. 2)
1970 Hercules (rod brake)
1960’s Humber Sport
1972 Raleigh Record
1982 Raleigh 10 spd (Olimpic?)
1960’s Robin Hood
1960’s Royal Scot
1970 Triumph Tricycle w/gas motor
1960’s Workman Tricycle (clone of Brit Tradesman)
The BTM library consists of a number of books and articles. They are available for browsing at the Museum and plans are to catalog this collection for use by the members.
The Museum has a number of artifacts from a NCR cash register to models of all scale. These are on display throughout the Museum and work is planned to catalog and make these items more accessible
¼ Scale MG TD
6/10 Scale 1965 Morgan
Austin 1300 Engine/Transmission Cutaway Display
1947 Morris Z Van Cutaway Display (on loan)