Ipswich Transport Museum
Preserving the transport heritage of Ipswich since 1965, and now supported by the Friends of the Ipswich Transport Museum. The Ipswich Transport Museum is a Registered Charity No. 276626 and an Accredited Museum, number RD890.
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1732 Richard Newsham Manual Fire Pump. Built for Lt Glenham Hall in Suffolk
1870 Merryweather Manual Fire Escape - Recently used to paint street lamps
1870s Shand Mason Fire Escape - Originally used at the workhouse at Melton
1902 Canham Fire Hose Cart - Built and used in Ipswich all its life
1938 Leyland Cub Fire Engine - Ipswich Fire Brigades first and only fire engine
1939 Dennis New World Fire Engine - Laterly with Felixstowe Dock & Railway Company
1940s Beresford Stork Pump - Used during World War 2 with the AFS
1940s Morris Sigmund Trailer Pump - Used during World War 2 with the NFS
1949 Land-Rover Fire Engine - Suffolk Fire Service auxiliary vehicle
1950 Commer Avenger Fire Appliance - Originally a water tender, later fitted with a pump
1954 Dennie F12 Pump Escape Fire Engine. Served at Bury St Ed, Ipswich HQ and finally Felixstowe
1962 Bedford J - Originally a mobile workshop, laterly fitted with a pickup body
1980s Landrover Fire Engine - 6 Wheel conversion used at Ipswich Airport
1984 Ford Transit Ambulance - Woodbridge First Aid Group Ambulance
2000 Vauxhall Omega Police Car - Suffolk Constabulary Traffic Patrol Vehicle