TICKET MACHINE WEBSITE

A WARM WELCOME TO EVERYONE.

MEMBERSHIP TO THE "TICKET MACHINE WEBSITE" Join Site

Welcome to the ticket machine website,please get involved by leaving comments,asking questions and uploading pictures etc relating to ticket machinery old and new.

To avoid spammers etc,please e mail [email protected] regarding your membership application and include some information regarding your ticket machine interests,we will then e mail you back your membership information.

Many thanks

T.M.W

 

UPLOAD A PICTURE OF YOUR TICKET MACHINE/S OLD OR NEW.

 

Please note this sites function relates solely to ticket machinery and related subjects(p.s.v / p.c.v etc)

Do  not apply for membership if you are trying to promote non ticket machine related subjects, interests or items, as you will be automatically removed.

 

 

Sort by

wuz
Member
Male
68 years old

zahid
Member
Male

stu
Member
Male

submariner travel inc
Member
Male
About Me

We are a private family owned bus company here in Nova Scotia Canada,we operate 25 seater buses with a great reputation for providing a 1st class service at a affordable price


Thank you for your interest in this site,Please e mail [email protected] and inc some information regarding your ticket machine interest,as we have to approve all members due to scammers ,spam etc,Please note -This is for your own benefit and protection.

we are interested in the wayfarer stand alone ticket machines


suebeo
Member
Male
41 years old

taz
Member
Male

terry
Member
Male

thecarrickcolts
Member
Male

thejoker
Member
Male
About Me

ex sheffield bus conductor  for 8 years i,ve got a tim machine would like an ultimate and also a setright 



tonetime
Member
Male
35 years old

tony
Member
Male
45 years old
About Me


tony
Member
Male
74 years old
About Me

I am a former railway booking clerk, later a bus driver, and also a long time ticket collector. I own a selection of older ticket machines of various types. Some years ago I bought the surviving assets of the dormant firm of Whitings of Robertsbridge, the preferred printer of forms and tickets for the Colonel Stephens railways. In setting up in business on his own account, William Whiting, the founder of the Robertsbridge firm,  may well have triggered the final demise of the parent firm, TJ Whiting & Sons of London, who had been famous in the late 19th century as printers and suppliers of tickets and fare collection equipment to a multitude of (predominantly) horse tramways and minor railways. The family business had been severely dented before William Whiting's departure by the LCC systematically taking over the London horse tramways in order to convert them to electric operation.



trentside
Member
Male

vishal
Member
Male
35 years old

wavydave2
Member
Male
50 years old

wayne
Member
Male
22 years old

wgeraghty
Member
Male

will
Member
Male
1 ... 59 60 61