Tramway Museum is a transport museum which preserves and displays trams and trolley-buses, most of which operated in Brisbane, Queensland
. The museum also has a collection of vehicles and other equipment used in maintaining Brisbane's electric street transport system which operated from 1897 to 1969. The Museum is located at Ferny Grove, a north-west suburb of Brisbane.
The museum is operated by the Brisbane Tramway Museum Society, a not-for-profit public company. It is run entirely by volunteers. The society was established in 1968, when it became apparent that the Brisbane City Council was preparing to close Brisbane's tram system.
As at 10 November 2005, the museum has a collection of 25 trams, 24 of which formerly operated on the Brisbane tram network. The 25th tram in the museum's collection ran in Sydney. The museum also has two Brisbane trolley-buses built on Sunbeam MF2B chassis. These are on static display.
The museum's collection of support vehicles are all former Brisbane City Council Tramways Department vehicles and include a tower wagon used for repairing overhead wires, two welding trucks and a Scammel breakdown recovery truck which was formerly used as an artillery towing truck in the Second World
The museum houses an extensive photographic collection of Brisbane's tramway and street transport heritage.The museum is also notable for other elements of the former Brisbane system in its collection. The museum's depots (garages) are composed of bays from the former Ipswich
Road tram depot.