Passenger, Parcel and Penny Return at Bradford Industrial Museum
Exhibition, Mon 5 Dec 2016 - Sun 23 Apr 2017, free entry
Also at this Venue
From 1882 to 1950, the people of Bradford could travel on a form of public transport which is now seen both as nostalgic and at the same time, the mark of a modern northern city.
Tramways were the North’s answer to moving thousands of people around their home towns on a daily basis, cheaply, safely and… slowly.
Seen off with pleasure by some, and mourned by others, the passage of time has meant that few people remember travelling on the tracks or the objects associated with it.
|Mon 5 Dec 2016 - Sun 23 Apr 2017|
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Signposted from Bradford Ring Road and Harrogate Road (A658). Bus 645 from Market Street or Hall Ings. All buses stop at Moorside Road. On the museum site there is free car parking and disabled car parking.
For help in planning your journey by public transport, please visit www.wymetro.com
- Coach parties accepted
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Gift shop
- Accepts groups