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ticketmaster says...Yes Manchester used to issue an all day ticket, Some firms told thier commercial travellers not to use the car but to use the bus while in the area as it was considerably cheaper.
Colin says...Can anyone please help me out with an ink roller for a Railway omniprinter, or contact details for a supplier
Bill says...that's ok as franking ink is oil based .. cheers
Any ink will work, but how long will the machine work afterwards?
All ink used with a machine with metal "print" MUST BE OIL BASED. If you use water-based ink, the metal "print" will rapidly deteriorate.
Zik says...will franking ink work in a TIM?
BENCE says...Hi. I asked the museum Menchesteri that Menchester TIM ticket machine in the class exactly what they were.
OD One Day (several journeys) "One day" exactly what that means?
O Ordinary i.e. single journey
LD Luggage or Dog
Matt Ware says...Hi there,
I am a Volunteer with Battle Area Community Transport (BACT) we use Wayfarer HS350's and on 2 of our busses these units consistantly blow their 10amp fuses. Does anyone else see this. Any help apreciated.
Bill says...On the subject of Insert machines, 15622 / A24 has just sold on a certain site for £102 which seems rather high - has this machine any unusual history?
Richard of London says...Sad to say but the Alan Condie lists are not always accurate, complete or up to date.
A&D was not the last purchaser of insert Setrights. Various independents continued to buy them.
A&D used insert Setrights and Mk I Setright Speeds contemporaneously. Insert Setrights were used for a period on the Dennis Falcon single-deckers fitted for OMO work.
The Mk I machines were replaced at decimalisation by MkII machines.
Richard of London
KK 69521 says...According to the list collated by Allan Condie, machine H 34 / 10098 was new to Aldershot & District in 1949, one of a batch of 50 (H00 to H49)
Bill says...Could someone put a date to my Setright Insert machine, please. Serial number 10098, it is reportedly ex-Aldershot & District H34. Max fare is 11/11d, small trip and stage numbers 1-32.
I'll post pictures soon.
KK 69521 says...http://www.yorkshireteabags.co.uk/Bournrmth747A.jpg shows an 'experimental' TIM used in 1935. They obviously didn't like it.
I can find a BCT pre-decimal Ultimate ticket on e-bay, and the YTB site shows Setrights (both short and long range)
I don't know the operation well enough to know if these were at different eras, or on different groups of routes. I suspect Ultimates on trolleybuses.
T Robinson says...
T.M.W says...Hi, The machine has a lever at the bottom of the handle,
There are a few different types of handles for the T.I.M machine,does your machine have the little lever at the bottom of the handle or the push button type (as with the machine pictured at the top of this page).
Let me know as I have a scrap T.I.M
Happy New Year
T Robinson says...Could anybody tell me whare I could get a handle for my TIM ticket machine
its a late 60s machine.
KK 69521 says...A "one day" (or "all day") ticket would generally mean that you can make as many journeys as you like (possibly within a specified area) on that one day.
London Trams (in pre-ticket machine days) used to do a "shilling all day" ticket, for example.
BENCE says...OD One Day (several journeys) "One day" exactly what that means?