1. To promote interest in transport preservation throughout South Wales and primarily to preserve vehicles owned or operated by Cardiff Corporation Transport and/or Cardiff Bus.
  2. To establish a Transport Museum in Cardiff or at another location in the South East Wales area, and where possible in harmony with local authorities and transport related groups. Promoting the restoration, preservation and use of historic passenger carrying vehicles and to provide educational facilities to the public by the provision of a working museum for the display of such vehicles. Our vehicles will where appropriate, regularly attend vintage vehicle rallies and other events both locally and in other parts of the country.
  3. We will endeavor to become one of the leading museums of it’s type in the country and will strive to meet all current standards relating to the care of our collection. The group will also aim to convey to the people of Cardiff, South Wales and it’s visitors, a vision of how passenger transport has developed from the turn of the 20th century and the development of the internal combustion engine, which made cheap mass transport possible.
  4. There are now Transport Museums within reasonable reach of the major conurbations on the British mainland and Northern Ireland, we now have one in South Wales. The museum will be a place where vehicles of potential significance and local importance are saved for the nation adding to the local heritage of our other splendid heritage sites, such as the St. Fagan’s Museum of Welsh Life and the National Museum of Wales.
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