OK, my five out of five does NOT mean this place is handsome, well laid out, or even a real museum. It is, instead, a place where an incredibly dedicated group of skilled volunteers work to save pieces of transport history from oblivion. This team of mostly retired guys have gone to amazing lengths to work on these relics of transportation, one at a time, restoring them to a condition in which they could, if provided the opportunity, roll out onto the roads or the tracks and do the work they were designed for. The place appears to have no funding. It operates in a disused, mostly unheated outbuilding of Howth Castle. But you can stroll among the crammed rows of retired buses and trolleys and have a conversation with one of the workers here, ask as many questions as you like, and learn a lot about the history of transport in Ireland.
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