The Summerlee Transport Group Was formed in 1988

"The Summerlee Transport Group aims to acquire, preserve and restore tramway and other transport rolling stock, equipment and associated artefacts for eventual public operation, study and education in transport-related matters"

About Us

The Summerlee Transport Group (STG) was formed in 1988 in order to primarily support the operation of the trams and tramway at Summerlee Museum. The STG became a charity in Scotland in 1992 (SC020158).

What we do

The STG provides driver and conductor cover 4 days a week, you can learn to drive the trams at Summerlee on the Thursday night workgroup.
We also help with the maintenance and servicing on all the trams at the museum as well as tram and track cleaning, this is completed on one of our Thursday night workgroups.
(More information can be found on our about us page).

Whats on at Summerlee Museum

The Summerlee Transport Group (STG) in conjunction with the Tramway and Light Railway Society (TLRS) have set up a tramway modelling and general interest group which will initially meet every 2 months at Summerlee Museum. The aims of the group are to promote interest in tramway modelling in all scales and gauges from across the world, provide support to like minded persons with an interest in tramways and the modelling of tramway systems and their infrastructure along with the tramway vehicles.

Meetings of the Tramway Group will be held at Summerlee museum between 12:00 - 16:00 on:

09th March 2024
18th May 2024
13th July 2024
21st September 2024
09th November 2024

All are welcome to attend the meetings although any visits will be limited to members of the STG, TLRS and LRTA.

Every Friday, 10.30am

Summerlee Museum ESOL Conversational Café
Every second Saturday, 10am – 12pm

For more information on events at Summerlee Museum or North Lanarkshire Hearitage Center (Motherwell) please click here