| January/February 1971

The National Museum of Transport concerns the history of the technology and design of the implements of transportation and communication.

Here are displays of locomotives, railway cars, automobiles, streetcars, buses, trucks, horse drawn vehicles, and related items. Visitors may sit in a locomotive cab, board a double deck bus, or walk into a railway tunnel. Future exhibits will include communication, waterway, pipeline and flight devices. This cultural and educational institution is a growing chronicle of mankind's accomplishments in the movement of people, things and ideas.

The National Museum of Transport is a nonprofit educational corporation operated by a Board of Directors elected by the Membership, which is open to all. Support comes from individual and corporate memberships, admissions and concession sales. Contributions are tax-deductible.

The Museum is open seven days a week throughout the year: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Labor Day through May 29; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Admission fees are fifty cents for children ages five through fourteen, and one dollar for adults; for scheduled educational groups, fees are twenty and forty cents respectively. Children under age eighteen are welcome, if accompanied to and through the Museum by a responsible adult. Educational groups must be scheduled in advance by telephone or mail; concellation notice required. Guide service is provided for all such groups.