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Bridgeton Bus Garage

76 Fordneuk Street, Glasgow
G40 3AH

The last surviving former Glasgow Corporation bus garage is now home to a unique collection of over 120 buses and an incredible archive of transport artefacts. Learn about the collection with a specially-tailored guided tour around the building, and for the first time, the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust’s archive.

Email: info@gvvt.org
Website: https://gvvt.org

Other Information

Travel

Accessibility

Physical Access to Building: Limited Access (only part of the building is fully accessible (e.g. ground floor is wheelchair accessible but other areas are only accessible via stairs – please explain below)
Further details: The whole of the garage is flat and easily accessible. There is also an accessible toilet (and baby changing facilities) available. However, the archive section is on the first floor, only accessible by a flight of stairs. The organisation of the tour is likely to be that 75% of the tour will be fully-accessible at this stage.
Facilities: Seating, Toilet, Wheelchair Accessible Toilet

Organisation

Organisation Information:

Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust was formed in 2002 and is based at the last surviving former Glasgow Corporation bus garage. In the garage is a collection of over 120 vintage buses, providing a fascinating transport history of Glasgow through the ages. The buses frequently operate free services around the city, affording visitors a unique opportunity to travel through time!

Visit This Building

Booking essential

Tours Saturday and Sunday @ 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 

Tour duration: 45 minutes