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The British Commercial Vehicle Museum is located in Leyland, near Preston in Lancashire, England, and contains many historic vehicles dating back through the ages from early steam wagons to the last Leyland vehicles built. In particular, there are many antiquarian buses on display. The museum was previously a collection of Leyland built vehicles and was associated with the factory.
The museum organises several events with a transport theme during the year in conjunction with the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society and other transport collectors groups.
May 2009 - Spring Transport show.Edit
some of the vehicles present are listed here
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2009 - ERF and Foden DayEdit
List of exhibits to add below
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- Commercial vehicles
- Museums List
- Shows and Meets
- Clubs Listing
References / sourcesEdit
- based on wikipedia stub - exhibit list to add
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