Updated: 5 / 2018

We Have Lost A Great Man, A Founder Carl Calvert
Carl Calvert Memorial Donation

It has been requested by Carl's family that instead of sending flowers, cards, or condolences you would give a donation to either the "Motor Transport Museum" or the "Prostate Cancer Foundation.

If you would like to contribute to either of these causes on be half of Carla memorial, you may do so by use of the buttons below.

Carl Calvert was one of the few remaining founding fathers here at the museum. He was instrumental in the acquisition of the Feldspar Mill and its use as our museum as well as the four Camp Lockett stable buildings. He provided for their maintenance and restoration, often supplying jobs for members of the local community, who worked alongside him performing the labor. He spearheaded museum restoration projects and was involved with every aspect of the museum’s operation. His enthusiasm and support provided help for many community projects.

Carl passed away Thursday, May 3 rd, 2018 after a long battle with cancer. His tenacity for work continued near to the end as he spent most of his time restoring one of the now nearly completed Camp Lockett stable buildings. His enthusiasm and inspiration will forever be with us as we continue the journeys of the Motor Transport Museum. Carl’s presence will be missed by all who knew him. He will not be forgotten.

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MTM Hours of Operation
The museum facility at 31949 Highway 94 in Campo, CA is open to the public every Saturday from 9AM to 5 PM. Special arrangements may be made for tours during the week by calling the Museum at: (619) 478 2492

MTM needs people like you to greet and educate our visitors. Being a Docent is fun and rewarding.
Anyone interested in helping on any of the Saturdays during 2010 please call MTM at (619) 478-2492 to volunteer.

We also need volunteer workers to help us prep vehicles for restoration or paint, and with construction and maintenance of the grounds.
Anyone interested in volunteering for any of the Wednesday and Fridays during 2010 please call Carl Calvert at (619) 478-2492