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THE "TIXIOM T1M" BUS / KIOSK TICKET MACHINE
NEW STAND ALONE VARIANT FROM JUST £725.00
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The Tixiom T1M is available as a simple stand alone ticket machine or as a high specification ITSO certified ticket machine.
The perfect on bus or kiosk machine,rapid ticket issue and extremely easy to use.
Many state of the art features.
Supplied brand new and manufactured here in Great Britain.
A very affordable upgradable smart ticket machine.
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THE "ULTRAFARE PRO" PORTABLE TICKET MACHINE
NEW FROM JUST £795.00
The "UTRAFARE PRO" touchscreen is the ideal affordable portable handheld ticket machine.
Supplied brand new ready to use fully configured with your data, logo etc in a basic standalone format or as a high specification ticketing device.
Machines can communicate with each other to stop over bookings of trips etc.
You can monitor live ticket sales as they happen, track staff and vehicles via web page from any device such as pc mobile phone tablet from anywhere in the world.
Very simple ticketing in basic configuration mode,simply prints out itemised sales report (waybill - z report ) at end of duty.
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Affordable and very easy to use, for full specifications, prices etc please use the "Contact us" link below or Tel: 07799 200600 8am/8pm .
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Ticket machines shown in the below sections are intended to be insight into the development and history of the ticket machine and are for general interest and reference,ticket machines shown are for illustration purposes only and are not avaliable for sale.
Ticket machine manuals and files http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/links/
Ticket machine Talk and comments . http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/guestbook/
Ticket machine forums .http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/ticketmachineforum.htm
Prez's Collection . http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/album?albumid=4353342
KK 69521's Collection http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/album?albumid=10507297
Vintage ticket machines repairs ,service and ticket rolls etc,inc Gibson,Setright. http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/ticketmachineservices.htm
This superb ticket machine is a Siemens "Autowaybil" used on Leeds Corporation night buses from 1937 to 1939.
Many thanks to John Kaye (T.M.W member). for kindly sending in these pictures. ©
Ultra easy to use,just press allocated button and the machine issues a ticket or registers passes.
No p.c etc req , prints waybill (detailed sales reciept) at end of shift.
Registers Consession passes at a press of a button.
The Wayfarer 1 was the first of the Wayfarer ticket machine range and soon replaced with e the wayfarer 2.
The example shown has been converted to a Wayfarer 3 depot reader.
Almex ticket machine gallery-
Nearly a million Almex A sold worldwide.
These machines do not issue a ticket but stamp on a inserted ticket,in the same way as a Setright L.RD
Almex F used by a Denmark Bus Co .
More pictures in the Almex section .
Many thanks to Dan Rayburn for sending in this picture ©
The first production S.M.B Serial number1680 new to WESTCLIFF ON SEA MOTOR SERVICES 1948 .Transferred to EASTERN NATIONAL 1955.
Setright Gallery- http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/setrightticketmachines.htm
Ultimate ticket machine Gallery-
The Conductor had to write on the ticket prior to issue and a counter foil was feed in to the machine for later inspection.
Many thanks to Horace (T.M.W Member) for kindly sending in this picture. 24th May 09
East Kent Road Car Co Setright ticket machine.
Many thanks to Chris Jenner for his much welcomed assistance regarding the research of the S.M.A machine etc.
More pictures of this magnificent Setright ticket machine -http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/1932setrightticketmachine.htm
Setright cassette machine.
More information on these machines can be found in the 'Ticket machine forum section' (Setright all models page).
Many thanks to Martin Johnson for sending in this picture.
BECKSON TICKET MACHINE. HOLLAND
These Dutch ticket machines were the standard bus ticket machine in Holland from the early 50s to 1981 when replaced by The National Farestrip Tariff. This example is from the NZH Bus Co.
Many Thanks to Mart (NS train conductor) for sending in this picture.©
Other unusual types of ticket machines http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/album?albumid=6058602
View this T.I.M brochure from 1936 in the Ticket machine manuals section-
T.I.M ticket machine's- Gallery and history -
Verometer, A.E.G, Railway ticket machines,CAMP etc .
Picture of Chris Jenners verometer-
As with other ticket machines and buses through the decades,London has there own unique specifications.
There are over 7000 of these T.F.L Wayfarers in service around London.
West Bridgeford No 21. These machines had three ticket classes
C. Journeys within Nottingham.
W .Journeys within West Bridgeford.
T. Journeys between both.
Many thanks to Chris Jenner for sending in this picture ©
Gibson print plate modification.
How to open and re ink Gibson
Gibson ticket machine picture gallery -
A unusual picture of a 1950s bus conductors ticket machine manufactured by Fritz Stoss of Solingen.Germany
Many thanks to Carl prescott for sending in this very interesting picture.
TRAMWAY CONDUCTORS WILLIAMSON TICKET PUNCH/MACHINE 1908 ©
History of Williamson ticket punches-http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/williamsonticketpunch.htm
Ticket punch gallery - http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/album?albumid=4353081
A.E.G ROLLY TICKET MACHINE, JERSEY MOTOR TRANSPORT, A.E.G also built the better known omniprinter illustrated in the "other machines " section .
Many thanks to Ivan Jones(Aus).for sending in this picture ©
More ticket machines-http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/olderticketmachinetypes.htm