The WHOTT vision is to establish a museum devoted to the history and development of public and commercial road transport in the region. We are rigorously searching for a site that offers the best potential and is easily accessible. Meanwhile our Leyland Panther saloon acts as our mobile museum, offering a wide range of information about WHOTT as an organisation, as well as staging exhibitions. The Trust has seventeen vehicles in its care, covering the period from 1929 to 1994, including traditional half-cab single and double-deck buses, luxury coaches, minibuses and commercial vehicles. It also has a growing archive facility that can be visited by appointment.