London Transport Museum is opening the doors of its Depot in Acton next month for a weekend of activities focusing on the role of London’s Transport in the First World War.
As well as being able to tour the Depot’s collections store, visitors will be able to see the Museum’s recently restored 1914 B-type bus No. 2737 which will be sporting its wartime livery.
Also on display will be four vintage motorcycles from the London Motorcycle Museum, including a 1919 Triumph Model H – a motorbike used in the First World War to provide effective communications with the front line troops
Doors open at 11.00 and the event finishes at 17.00. Last admission is 16.00.
Tickets are £10.00 (£8.00 concession) and are valid for entry for the whole weekend. Children and young people aged 17 and under go free.
Advance booking is recommended – www.ltmuseum.co.uk or 020 7565 7298.