The Society objectives are to preserve, restore and operate historic road transport vehicles as a permanent public exhibition and museum for the advancement of technical, historical and general education and for the permanent preservation, display and demonstration of historic road transport vehicles, equipment, machinery and relics of historical, operational and general interest and educational value.
While the Museum would not exist without a collection of vehicles, there is much more to the Museum than the vehicles alone.
Our Museum includes a variety of items large and small connected to road transport in the area, as well as a number of items of street furniture from the eras our vehicles were an everyday sight on the County’s streets.
There are also displays of small artefacts, model vehicles, and displays with information, photographs and posters from the past – these are changed regularly. A preview is available here:
Lincolnshire Related Models
The Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society gratefully acknowledges the encouragement and support of The Arts Council, Lincoln City Council, Lincolnshire County Council, Museum Development East Midlands, MLA East Midlands, North Kesteven District Council, and many other organisations, businesses and individuals.
Phone: 01522 500566