Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum is located at Lathalmond, some 2½ miles (4 km) north of Dunfermline. The museum, which is run by volunteers, is home to some 160 buses, together with a few other vehicles, including a small railway collection lent by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society at Bo'ness. These are housed in various buildings on a 18.2 ha (45 acre) site. The oldest vehicles date from the 1920s. The museum provides storage and maintenance facilities for vehicles owned by individual bus enthusiasts, as well as providing a base for engineers capable of restoring buses to their original condition, all of which contribute to the museum's running costs.

Originally established at Whitburn in 1986, the museum moved to new and larger premises occupying part of the former Royal Navy Stores Depot at Lathalmond in 1995.

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