30 years of the Keighley Bus Museum Trust Ltd. Sunday August 7th 10am to 4pm.

Hello and welcome to friends and members of KBMT. Now with over 1500 followers on facebook. Welcome all.

Keighley Bus Museum Trust Sunday August 7th Route changes.

Due to changing circumstances, there will be slight alterations to two routes for Sunday.

Route 3 (Ingrow direct), will travel on Worth Way into Hanover Street below the bus station. Anyone wishing to board , this (if empty seats available), for the Museum are welcome to do so but must be aware that this service will then run to Ingrow station before returning to the Museum.

Route 4 CS (College Shuttle), will now leave the car park and follow Worth Way to Hanover Street as a town service (again by bus station), and return to the Museum via Cavendish Street.

Route 4 (CS) will operate as a frequent service from Keighley College car park via Hanover Street (Town Centre/bus station, to Museum.

Anyone wishing to bring an exhibit, or sales stall to our open days should please contact either,, or

Can we remind members/friends and any enquiries from the public that we are an unpaid Charitable organisation, and therefore not always able to reply to telephone calls as many of the Board members are otherwise employed. If you have not received a reply please try to communicate via text or email. Thank you.

Bradford 50 was an open day to remember! Thank you to friends Volunteers visiting displays and members of the public for helping us achieve this great event. Limited amount of Bradford souvenir booklets still available for purchase. Please email for price.

Unfortunately, the Museum is now only open officially on event days shown on this page, viewings can be made by appointment.

Tel; 07465 897497

More details on here and our facebook site soon.

One of our open day free bus services to Ingrow Station.
A resident at the Museum is this privately owned Bristol Lodekka seen operating the free bus service in 2018
Following the 2015 floods, the Museum was happy to attend the re-opening of the Elland Bridge on the 2nd April 2017. Seen on its old Halifax/Huddersfield route 43 , Huddersfield 473 stands on show at the bridge. Museum Halifax Daimler GJX 331 and Bradford Regent 6220 KW also attended.
The Museum has a high Leeds representation and regularly attends the Leeds running day in August. Pictured taken at Leeds City Transports former Kirkstall Road Works on the return to Keighley.

Have a great day out in Yorkshire.

All other viewings are appointment only please telephone 07465 897497.

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