In the summer of 2019, the British Motor Museum opened an exhibition “The Car, The Future, Me” that ran for a year and explored where the car already has taken us and where we’re heading next.
That exhibit will be resurrected for display from June to November by the Dundee Museum of Transport as part of the United Nations Climate Change Conference at Glasgow, Scotland.
As you might expect, “We are delighted that our thought-provoking exhibition is going on tour to Scotland and hope it sparks debate amongst their visitors as it did when we hosted the exhibition,” said British museum curator Catherine Griffin.
Sustainability is a theme of the UN conference. The Dundee museum is Europe’s first carbon-neutral transport museum and is located in a retrofitted railway depot.
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