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The Piccadilly Transportation Memorabilia Museum recognizes the significance of the golden age of motoring as it celebrates and preserves the era through its collections that feature impressive memorabilia. The Museum showcases a large collection of transportation memorabilia that have been acquired by different individuals who have gone to different parts of the world or to over 100 countries, in a period of 25 years.

The collection is made available to the public through its exhibits of highway and subway markers, license plates, advertising art, vintage cars, and an assortment of petroliana from all over the world. These exhibits, some of them considered to be exotic, are dedicated to the memory of Roy Alan Carson, master collector of transportation. Carson was born in Nevada in 1929. His whole life was filled with travels around the world, including 100 countries and all the 50 states in America as well as Canadian provinces.

Admission is free for everybody although donations are encouraged in order to ensure the maintenance and expansion of the Museum?s displays.
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