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The Jurby Transport Museum is operated by the Manx Transport Trust Ltd which is a registered charity run by volunteers. The museum is based in Hangar 230 which is on the Jurby Industrial Estate on the Isle of Man. It is a former RAF Bellman aircraft hangar.

The museum has a wide range of exhibits including buses, trams, lorries, steam cars and a traction engine. There is also a replica Spitfire, an airbourne lifeboat and parts of an Airship (G-MAAC) along with many smaller exhibits. A number of the exhibits are on loan from the Isle of Man Government Department of Community, Culture and Leisure, the remainder are owned either by private individuals or Manx Transport Trust.

The museum aims to inform visitors about the rich transport history of the Isle of Man and promote the interest and skills necessary to enable the maintenance and expansion of the Museum for the future.

 The full address is:

Jurby Transport Museum, Hangar 230, Jurby Industrial Estate, Jurby, Isle of Man, IM7 3BD

The Museum is now open on Sundays only until and including Sunday 13 April 2014 from 10.00 until 16.00.

The 2014 Summer season will start on Good Friday 18 April 2014, the Museum will be open on Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays until and including Sunday 28 September 2014 from 10.00 until 16.00.

The Museum will then be open on Sunday only until and including Sunday 7 December 2014 from 10.00 until 16.00.

 

Admission is FREE.

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