|This site is recognized and protected by the National Monument Service|
|Location||Transcity, Noble City|
|Collection||all about Lovian transport|
The Museum of Transport is a transport museum based in Transcity, Noble City. The owners acquired a bankrupt commerical area in 1967 and opened in 1969. It is the first transport museum before the Railway Museum and the first bus, tram and car museum.
- PRC Fleets from 2007 - present
- Train Simulator (5 cents per ride)
- Cars from 1927 - 1967
- Steam Fleets from 1945-1967
- Trams Fleets from 1927-1998
- Bus Fleets from 1947 - 2002
Admission costs $3.00. No height restrictions apply but checking may be required.
Closing times are: Mon-Sat: 8:00 to 20:00; Sun and public holidays: 10:00 to 4:00.
|Monuments, politics and government of Noble City|
|Monuments and buildings: Abigail Johnson Theater - Antiquities Museum - Capitol - City Hall - Embankment Federal Penitentiary - Garden's Chapel - King's Landmark - Lovian Museum for Modern Art- Museum of Art - Museum of Transport - National Archives - Nielsen's Lighthouse - Noble City Mall - Nobel University (1, 2) - NC General Hospital - Old Royal Palace - Palati Daidalo - Railway Museum - Royal Art Gallery - Starovlah Institute - Statue of Andreas - Supreme Court House - Sylvania State Capitol - The Soccerfield - Tower Mall - West Wing|
|Politics and government: Congress - Noble City Government - Noble City Police - Supreme Court - Sylvania Police - Sylvania State Court - Sylvania State Government|
|See also: Geography, nature, neighborhoods, transportation, hotels, restaurants and apartment buildings of Noble City.|