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London Transport Museum

London Transport Museum is a subsidiary company of Transport for London, registered with the Charity Commission as charity number 1123122. The objectives of the charity are to advance the heritage of transport in London and educate the public about the history of transport in London through the provision, operation and maintenance of a transport museum for the public benefit. Also to educate the public about the role of transport in the life and work of London, past, present and future.

Information about the Museum, its governance, operation and activities is published in our annual report.

The Museum website also provides information about our exhibitions, events, facilities and services, activities and projects.

Collections online provides access to thousands of records about the objects in our collections and the history and development of transport in London.

If you cannot find the information you are looking for on the website or our associated publications, please contact us.

Please note our Information Services team deals with a large number of information requests. We aim to respond as soon as possible and will respond within 20 working days. As our resources are limited we regret we are unable to undertake lengthy research on behalf of individual enquirers. 

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Transport for London

Transport for London (TfL) is a public body within the Greater London Authority. It is committed to improving transparency for its customers and stakeholders and is making more information available than ever before. See the Transparency page on the TfL website for further information and contact details.

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Freedom of Information Officer
London Transport Museum
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WC2E 7BB

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Delve into the history of disused and repurposed London Underground spaces with the new beautifully illustrated hardback book, Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Underground - now available!

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Join us on a daytrip through time and space as we visit the Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House in Greenwich, and enjoy the autumnal splendours and maritime breeze of Greenwich Park

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This Way Out sign was installed at Clapham Common when it was used as a shelter during the Second World War. The later markings show the presence of people in the deep-level shelter over the years.

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