The Museum is closed until further notice due to the ongoing pandemic
MTPS is one of the UK's most important tramway preservation societies,
with a major collection of restored and working vehicles. The society's
trams run as part of the Birkenhead Heritage Tramway. To learn a little
more about us, click Here.
you are interested in vintage transport and have an eye for history
then being a member of the society can offer a number of benefits. The
modest annual subscription entitles members to travel free on the
Wirral Heritage Tramway (on production of a current membership card).
This also brings free admittance to the National Tramway Museum at Crich in Derbyshire (except for special days) & Heaton Park Tramway
in Manchester; all members receive a lively and informative newsletter
four times a year to keep them abreast of any new developments while
our handy website is always kept fully up-to-date with the latest news.
If you enjoy working with your hands (or are merely handy with a
polishing rag!) you can join the camaraderie of volunteer working
parties and help keep our historic tram fleet on the road!
welcome volunteers to help with our events, such as celebrations of
local tramway anniversaries, plus our annual Santa Special in December.
The annual Wirral Bus and Tram Show is a highlight that attracts
visitors from all over Britain.
members are also encouraged to participate in the activities of the
Transport Museum,which is owned by Wirral Borough Council, and operated
by the MTPS.
Merseyside Tramway Preservation Society Limited.
Registered Office Address: 103 Grove Road, Wallasey, Merseyside CH45 3HG
Company Registration Number: No. 4374320. Dated 14th February 2002
Registered in England and Wales
Merseyside Tramway Preservation Society Limited is a Registered Charity.
No. 1092127. Dated 21st May 2002.