About us The family friendly North London Transport Museum

The most common phrase used to describe us is ‘a hidden gem’. 

Housed in a Victorian water pumping station built in 1898, we are owned and operated by the Enfield and District Veteran Vehicle Trust, a registered charity, no. 275684. Run by a team of enthusiastic volunteers, we receive no Lottery or Council funding and all proceeds raised go towards the running of the Museum.

The Museum’s vast and eclectic collection of vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and social history ephemera is housed over 4 floors in the main building and in a range of outbuildings including a purpose-built Fire Station, vehicle hall, autojumble shop, workshops and a stationary engine room.

We also have a 1961 railway carriage housing working model railway displays, hosted by The Enfield Whitewebbs Railway Modellers Club.