The Aire Valley Transport Group
Image 1

The Aire Valley Transport Group was formed in the Spring of 2003 by a group of transport enthusiasts from other societies in the Aire Valley. The aim of the AVTG is to restore vehicles that are of historical importance back to their former glory, and put them on show to the public in order to educate them about the history of road transport. The group has now 70 vehicles in its care making it one of the largest collections in the area, it also has a collection of road and enamel signs, traffic lights, petrol cans and pumps, and also a collection of bus memorabilia inc ticket machines, enamel and cast signs, badges,...the list goes on. The group is open to anyone with an interest in transport (with or without a vehicle). To find out how you can join this comunity group  contact us via Email post to The Motor House, 7 Carter Street, Bradford. BD4 7AN

THE collection consists of vehicles owned by a number of people along with vehicles owned by the group, whose aim is to present restored examples of interesting and often unique vehicles for display at events throughout the region. The collection is currently housed in a number of places due to the difficulty of finding a single location where they can be displayed together.
Formed in Spring 2003, the collection of nearly 70 vehicles is one of the most diverse and largest collection in the Aire Valley,

Please note this collection is PRIVATELY funded and has not had any public funding from the council or lottery.


If you would like to visit us or wish to participate in any of the groups activities , then please contact at the address below



How to contact us......


The Motor house,

7 Carter Street,