New Forward Plan 2020 – 2025

Dundee Museum of Transport is looking to the future.  Find out about our long-term plans in our a new Forward Plan for the next 5 years, 2020 – 2025. The plan will inevitably evolve and grow over the next five years but the one constant that we need is you! Your comments, suggestions and messages […]

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A New Home: Former Maryfield Tram Depot Project Update

Dundee Museum of Transport members enjoyed an evening reception this week, with new plans and an update on the progress of the former Maryfield Tram Depot development project. Andrew Black of Andrew Black Design Architects provided an overview and rationale for the new plans. Following consultation with members, residents and interest parties earlier this year, […]

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Dundee Museum of Transport Re-opening Reception

The team at Dundee Museum of Transport would like to thank members, volunteers and invited guests for coming along on a very chilly day yesterday, Friday 1st February, to get a sneak preview of the new displays for 2019 and to hear about the museum and it’s future plans. Following a welcome address by the […]

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On the Right Track

Dundee’s Museum of Transport Starts Work on its Permanent Home Photos: Alan Richardson 2018 is a big year for Dundee with the V&A opening in September. In the north east of the city, another important development is taking place. Dundee’s Museum of Transport will be starting work on restoring Maryfield Tram Depot, its permanent home. […]

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W. Brown Roadworks at Maryfield Tram Depot

Over the next few weeks our future home at the former Maryfield Tram Depot on Forfar Road, Dundee, will be noticeably improved thanks to the clean-up of the site that is taking place just now. The Museum is grateful to W. Brown Roadworks Ltd. for road sweeping the car park and inside of the building. As […]

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Last Chance to Book! Fundraising Dinner

Our fund-raising dinner is an opportunity for YOU to support the restoration of a landmark building and the creation of an exciting visitor attraction that will preserve the transport heritage of the local area. Find out more about the Maryfield Tram Depot project here. Fundraising Dinner Friday 4th November 7pm for 7.30pm Invercarse Hotel Dress code […]

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Maryfield Funding Drive Continues

Dundee Museum of Transport has today (Thursday 20th October) revealed that their Heritage Lottery Fund application for just over £2M will be refined and enhanced after receiving detailed feedback from the funding institution. The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) uses money raised by National Lottery players to help people across the UK explore, enjoy and protect […]

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£500,000 boost for Dundee’s Maryfield Tram Depot

Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has today announced a £500,000 boost to help Dundee Museum of Transport renovate the former Maryfield Tram Depot. In the early 1900s the B-Listed red brick building housed the city’s trams, part of a popular network that operated for 79 years. After the last tram left the building in 1956, Maryfield […]

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Press Release: Transport Museum Secures Major Funding from Local Trust

Dundee Museum of Transport has today (Thursday 31st March 2016) announced the first fruits of its fundraising drive, with confirmation of a £80,000 grant. The Mathew Trust, based in Dundee, aims to support individuals into employment.  Its grant will fund a new Museum Director and a consultancy post for two years to carry the project […]

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Dundee Museum of Transport Secures Maryfield Tram Depot after Four Year Campaign

Dundee Museum of Transport has today announced their successful bid for the Maryfield Tram Depot after four years of campaigning. The category B listed building has been marketed by Scottish Water since 2005 and has been on the agenda for the group since negotiations began in 2010. The organisation now aim to begin a funding […]

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