ULTIMATE (BELL PUNCH) http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/ ULTIMATE (BELL PUNCH) SALES LEAFLET ULTIMATE Ultimate machines were more expensive to run due to the large amount of pre printed ticket stocks required compared to the Setright. http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760842 39760842 LONDON TRANSPORT ULTIMATE As with most types of L.T ticket machines these L.T ultimate machines had the own specification .they could not issue a double ticket ,and the cash counters except for one was painted over. . http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760843 39760843 L.T ULTIMATE TICKET ROLLS The Ultimate was a easy machine to load with a new ticket roll. http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760844 39760844 SINGLE BARREL MACHINE These single barrel machines saw P.S.V service with Edinburgh Corporation Transport.(Route 101) and also in Oslo. http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760845 39760845 ULTIMATE TWIN BARREL Ultimate manufactured different sized machines.and some interesting prototypes inc a four barrel machine that went to Hong Kong. http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760846 39760846 TWIN BARREL Mainly used in the leisure/car park industry,although Sunderland Corporation buses used theses machines with a crude non operational barrel fixed to the right hand side so the machine could issue three types of flat fare Adult/ Child/ O.A.P http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760847 39760847 SOLOMATIC This picture is of a Australian Solomatic,many u.k operators used these machines which there where different types inc a shorter body version and a much smaller body type known as the Roll Solomatic ,these Roll Solomatic machines were used by Leicester C.T.D on contract hire in 1971 for 35 per year, per machine. http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760848 39760848 SOLOMATIC The Solomatic ticket machine was designed to take packs of concertina'd tickets rather than the ticket rolls used in the Utimate . http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=39760849 39760849 Birmingham early 1960s http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=98788052 98788052 Durham 1950s http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=98788053 98788053 Ultimate 6 roll bell punch Not sure where this was used, it was bought in Liverpool but came with drivers & conductors rule book and fare / timetabes for Brighton Hove district omnibus Co and cash bag with 2 coin holders. It has a punch and 4 spring clips mounted on top and is in almost new condition. Any information welcome. http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=132844882 132844882 MOOSE END Rolls of Ultimate tickets had a gummed end at the start of the roll for joining it to the finish of the previous one. This was referred to as a MOOSE END because of the wording on it. Note also the two (rusty) holes near the top of the upper ticket. The new rolls were prevented from unrolling before use with a staple driven into the roll - in those days, all conductors carried a penknife which could be used for removing the staple, hopefully without dropping the roll in the process! http://www.ticketmachinewebsite.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178849016 178849016