David Brown Tractor Club Museum (The)
The David Brown Tractor Club museum is located in Meltham, West Yorkshire, a very short walk from the original factory where the tractors were manufactured. It is well worth a visit to see the club's growing collection of tractors, machinery, memorabilia and archive material.
Take the opportunity to peruse the Club shop, ask advice or just chat to like-minded David Brown tractor enthusiasts.
If you would like to take in some history, the factory is still there (though used for other products now) or stroll along the path that was the 'test track', a disused railway line which is now a dedicated walkway for the village.
Opening times are usually one Sunday in the month, apart from special events. See www.dbtc.co.uk for dates of opening.
Normal opening times are 10am to 3pm.
Entry is free, but donations are welcome.
It may be possible to open for special events and club visits outside these times, please contact us to enquire.
For further details, please contact email@example.com or 07762 832690 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday only, please).