The Lancastrian Transport Trust (LTT) is the guardian of a unique collection of buses and trams spanning over 80 years of public transport history.
Our origins are rooted in the Lancastrian Transport Group, established back in 1983. The expanding collection was converted into a Trust in 1996 and then in 2000 the LTT became a Registered Charity.
Our objectives are to preserve a representative collection of vehicles to portray the development of public transport on the Fylde coast and showcase these in a visitor attraction.
As well as preservation we attend local events where we operate shuttle services. We also attend charity and community activities. Read about what we do on our Events page and more about our vehicles using the links on the right.
Read the reports from our events on our Events page.
Our bus collection has become highly focused on the preservation of vehicles from the Fylde coast, embracing the fleets of the former Blackpool Corporation, Fylde Borough Transport, Lytham St. Annes Transport and Ribble Motor Services. Click here to read more.
Our collection of trams includes examples of all the significant tramcar types operated on the Blackpool tramway, including a 1924 Standard tram and even an illuminated Space Rocket.
The tram collection is currently being combined with the retained heritage tram fleet of Council-owned Blackpool Transport and a new charitable organisation is being set up as the
custodian of this combined collection. Click here to read more.