|28th December 2023|
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Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust
Bridgeton Bus Garage 76-136 Fordneuk Street, Glasgow East End G40 3AH
|£3 - £5|
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We’re delighted to invite you to join us for a guided tour of Bridgeton Bus Garage, home of the GVVT. See our collection of over 100 buses, fire engines and commercial vehicles, from fully restored vehicles to those under various stages of restoration!
On selected dates we’ll be opening Bridgeton Garage for pre-booked guided tours taking around one hour.
Please arrive at the garage no more than 5 minutes before the start time of your tour.
Entrance to the Garage is through the pedestrian access gate on Fordneuk Street, near London Road. There is no parking in the garage, however, unlimited free on-street parked is available on Fordenuk Street and on surrounding streets.
Tickets must be pre-booked, you cannot turn up for these tours unless you have booked in advance. Prices are £5 Adult, £3 Child. Numbers are limited to 20 persons for each tour, we’ll always try and offer an extra tour when we sell out.
Please be aware our garage is an unheated building and we recommend appropriate warm clothing.
Although not part of the main tour, we try and allow access to our archive at the end of the tour if we have members of our archive team available. Please note our archive is on the first floor and only accessed by a staircase. We are investigating a facility to allow access to those who have restricted mobility, until this has been completed we are unfortunately unable to accommodate visitors to our archive if they are unable to manage the stairs.
Please note that masks are required to be worn inside our buildings. If you have symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in contact with someone who has please do not come to the garage, we will refund or move your tickets to another date as long as you let us know before your tour is due to start.
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