Registered Charity No. 1107081

 All visits to the Museum are suspended as they are currently moving to larger premises

The Welsh Transport Heritage Centre is a new attraction, located in Gorseinon in South Wales. It features Fire Engines & Fire Service equipment, classic cars, memorabilia, model railway, and a developing collection of all things transport related…the Centre is on the road to becoming a major focus point for transport groups, motor clubs and preservation societies, and welcomes visitors to the collection. Admission is £1 for Adults, Senior Citizens 50p, and accompanied children are admitted free of charge. All proceeds go toward the ongoing preservation of vehicles within the Trust collection.


 Dennis Big 6 of 1936 – Rolls Royce engine       Horse drawn Merryweather          Jaguar 3.8 sports saloon 1963 – this car was

 Used by Swansea Brigade in  WW2 Blitz.        Fire Engine Briton Ferry 1892    one of the Jaguar factory International rally cars




This 1950 Bedford Breakdown Truck     1972 ‘AA’ Mini van – another of        AEC Regent Double Decker of 1962 and a 1943

    is a film & TV star from Bridgend       the cinema and TV star vehicles       Austin Merryweather Turntable Ladder – 1 of 50


This brochure gives a brief insight into the collection of the Welsh Transport Heritage Centre – We intend to hold open days from April 1st and every second Sunday there-after from 10.00 am until 3.00 pm. School groups can visit by arrangement. Visitors should park in the external car park and will be collected and taken to the collection by Coach. Please contact the WTHC Chairman Peter Bringloe for further information on the Trust & collection, and any other queries you may have , on 01792~ 895858 or via  


    The WTHC is indebted to Toyoda Gorsei for its help in housing the collection