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Invalid Carriage Register

Thank you for your invaluable help. I bought an Argson because I wanted something that preserved our great British engineering heritage. I would never have been able to manoeuvre the minefield of registering it without the valuable service given by Simon at the Invalid Carriage Register. Your support is much appreciated. Thank you.
Michael Carey

New website coming soon

Apologies for this temporary site. We are working on new projects and plans throughout 2017 and we hope to have an updated website active in 2018, with more developments to follow thereafter. In the meantime, if you need Invalid Carriage support please email info@invalidcarriageregister.org


Invalid Carriage Museum

The Invalid Carriage Museum is a web based, print based and currently private museum. It is a project set up for the not for profit charity Disability Art, Culture and History (DACH) and it is working towards Arts Council England Museum accreditation. It exists to capture and preserve Invalid Carriage heritage from across the UK.

The Accreditation Scheme sets nationally agreed standards for museums in the UK. It defines good practice and identifies agreed standards, thereby encouraging development. It is a baseline quality standard that helps guide museums to be the best they can be, for current and future users.

Invalid Carriage Register

The Invalid Carriage Register has been in existence since 1995. It exists to track and record all known existing Invacars, Invalid Carriages and trykes and to promote and conserve these important vehicles.

We advise and support their owners, who include private and public owners including curators of museums, from around the world. 

We support owners in all manner of practical concerns including identification, conservation, restoration and registrations issues.  

You will soon be able to click here for more detail or to get support.

Disability Art, Culture and History

DISABILITY ART, HISTORY AND CULTURE (DACH) is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO, a new form of legal entity designed for non-profit organisations in the United Kingdom), newly set up in 2016 with registration no 1167102. 

DACH aims are specifically around disability, education and diversity. DACH has as one of it's main aims, the promotion, support and conservation of Invalid Carriage history and vehicles through the setting up of an Invalid Carriage Museum as well as by running  and supporting the Invalid Carriage Register.

DACH is an entirely voluntary not for profit organsation and has no funds to disperse.