Tramway Museum Society of Victoria Incorporated
38 Piccadilly Crescent, Keysborough, VIC 3173
Tramway Heritage Centre
330 Union Lane, Bylands, VIC 3762
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ABN 12 739 015 600 Victorian Registration A1864E
The Tramway Heritage Centre and the TMSV acknowledges the Taungurung as the Traditional Owners of this land and pays our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
We have a wide range of informative displays and colourful exhibitions to help illustrate the history and magic of trams!
The Tramway Heritage Centre is the perfect attraction for car clubs, social groups and schools.
Contact us for a booking.
330 Union Lane, Bylands, Victoria
1st , 3rd & 5th Sundays
(Selected days as advertised)
The Tramway Heritage Centre is home to the largest preserved heritage tram collection in Victoria, including the only complete collection of “W Class” trams in the world.
11AM TO 4PM (LAST ENTRY 3PM)
|Painting our Buildings|
|A Brief History of... The North Melbourne Electric Tramways and Lighting Company Limited|
|The Melbourne, Brunswick & Coburg Tramways Trust|
|A Short History of the Tramways of Geelong|
|Colour - Light Signals|
|The Sandringham Tramway|
|M.&M.T.B. Bus Notes|
|The 1922 Plan|
|Acts & Antics|
|The Zoo Horse Tram|
|New Era for Tram Travellers|
|The Sorrento Steam Tram|
|V.R. Tramway “Reminisences.”|
|Cable Trams of Melbourne & Sydney - Historical Highlights Pt 1|
|When the "W3" Trams Were New|
|The Demise of the "L's"|
|A Salute to Our Veterans|
|The Coming of Trams|
|2006 - A Dual Tramway Year|
|1934 : A Watershed Year|