Cobham Bus Museum is the home of the London Bus Preservation Trust and houses a remarkable collection of 35 buses and coaches. The Trust's vehicles all originate from London and date from 1925 to 1973. Some of the vehicles on display are fully restored and operate regularly, whilst others are being restored. Other items on display include street furniture and other interesting transport artefacts. The building dates from World War II and has close connections with Barnes Wallis and the 'Bouncing Bomb' tests.