Located in Dublin, the National Transport Museum of Ireland had its humble beginnings with an attempt to preserve three Dublin trams back in 1949. Currently, the Museum holds approximately 100 vehicles, a number of which are profiled on this website. Moving through the collection section of the site, visitors can browse through examples of the museum's holdings organized by type, such as commercial, military, utility, and passenger. Users will want to make sure and take a look at the AEC Matador in the military vehicle section, as it was one of the most revered military vehicles that saw service in World War II. Those persons planning a visit to Eire may want to peruse the museum's hours of operation, location, and featured events.


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