Scottish Vintage Bus Museum
The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum was established in 1986 and has grown to become the largest bus museum in the UK with a collection of over 180 buses and other transport of all descriptions and ages. Housed in a former Naval stores depot it covers an area of around 45 acres with several large hangers and assorted sheds. There is an extensively equipped workshop where restoration takes place. The Exhibition Hall contains many buses and a large selection of artefacts depicting the Scottish bus industry through the years. There is also a small café and shop. Visitors to the Museum are able to view the large site on accompanied tours using one of the vintage buses. The Museum is only open on Sundays from 12.30 to 5pm (April to October). Several large transport events also take
place during the year, see the website for details. The site also houses a standard gauge and narrow-gauge railway, operated by the Shed 47 Railway Preservation Group.