|The Museum's Main Building in Cranston, October 2016|
|Location||45 Meridian Street|
|Tallest building in Adustelan?||Never|
|Floor Count||approximately 10|
|Primary Building Materials||Stained Clay, Stained Glass, Stone|
|Added to ARHP||January 3, 2014|
The Carraway Island Public Transit Museum is an interactive museum based in the City of Adustelan. It focuses on the various transit systems of Carraway Island, primarily the Adustelan Metro and its predecessor the Adustelan Rapid Transit System, but also various bus and roadway services. The museum is open from 6 am to 11 pm every day of the year except Christmas and New Year's Eve.
The CIPTM Building was added to the Adustelan Register of Historic Places on January 3, 2014.
- A 1971 school bus manufactured by the Adustelan Roy K. Davis Bus Company
- A replica of the former interior of Agnes Street-Marigold Subway Station (New in 2013)
- A replica of the former interior of Trade Center-Soundsurf Subway Station (New in 2014)
Adustelan Rapid Transit System Tours
The Museum also conducts tours of several abandoned underground tunnels of the former Adustelan Rapid Transit System. These adventure tours are not mentioned on the museum's website or in any brochure, and must be requested in person to a museum employee. Due to heavy demand, people often need to make reservations weeks in advance, and tours are only reserved for those who are members of the museum. As a result, few people have seen the southernmost abandoned transit tunnels after the closure of the system in 1966. The tunnels exist in fragmented segments, and it is currently illegal and virtually impossible to reach the tunnels from street level as of 2014 other than through the museum.
Tour prices are at the discretion of the requested employee, but typically average around $150 per person for a 3 hour tour.
Development in Minecraft
The base of the structure was begun in November 2013 by StaticAnnouncement, and the old Agnes Street-Marigold Station was integrated into it by December 2013. However, it did not achieve its skyscraper status until January 3, 2014, when the old O'Charmel Mall Subway Station was added to the museum's top level. This portion was eventually removed in July 2015.
The structure was moved to its current location in Cranston in early 2016.