Transport Museum
Transport Museum Places

Next stop: trendy flooring

In the Dover Transport Museum, visitors embark on a journey through time to the forerunners of our modern means of transport. 'Vintage transportation' can be rediscovered here with references to the social history of Dover and Kent. With the help of the exhibited buses, cars, trams and locomotives, the stories of the grandparents and great-grandparents take on real form and become tangible.


Vintage look on the flooring

The heart of the volunteer-run Transport Museum is the "Tram Stop Tearoom" café. It is used in many ways besides for catering: presentations and workshops are held there and people are regularly invited to events and discussions. Due to the numerous visitors who visit the Transport Museum every year, the old flooring had aged and was showing clear signs of wear. In the course of renovating the 80 square metre café, the flooring was also renewed.

With the Parador laminate flooring "Wine & Fruits" from the Trendtime 2 product line, those responsible chose the perfect flooring for the museum café: the decor of "Wine & Fruits" is reminiscent of old wine crates, which take on a new design on the floor, and is therefore ideal for a café. The vintage look of the flooring fits seamlessly into the historical atmosphere of the museum. In addition, the laminate flooring is robust and easy to maintain and, with wear class 32 for use in commercial premises, it can also withstand the strain of large numbers of visitors.


All facts at a glance

Dover, England
Laminate flooring
Product line:
Trendtime 2
Wine & Fruits
Individual plank look
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