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Many variants were produced over a fifty year period,brought out by Almex in the early 1980s,the patents for the T.I.M machine ended up being sold to a company based in India,who exported parts(some plastic) back to the U.K
Posted by ticketmachines on February 26, 2009 Slideshow

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4 Comments

Reply ticketmachines
10:59 AM on August 5, 2010 
Hi Stan,
Would it be possible to upload photos,you can read the print plate by opening the ticket roll dispenser and then turn handle and read the print plate as it rotates,why not auction it on this site to achieve a maximum sale price ?

Stan Turner says...
Sorry for the delay

The machine was working freely when it was put away over 10 years ago.

It has now "dried out", it has not been forced,opened or tampered with.

Is there a printing plate inside the machine ?

It has no paper roll left

Thanks for your intrest

REGARDS

Stan Turner 0787 327 0956
Reply Stan Turner
5:55 AM on August 4, 2010 
Sorry for the delay

The machine was working freely when it was put away over 10 years ago.

It has now "dried out", it has not been forced,opened or tampered with.

Is there a printing plate inside the machine ?

It has no paper roll left

Thanks for your intrest

REGARDS

Stan Turner 0787 327 0956
Reply ticketmachines
4:52 AM on June 25, 2010 
Hi Stan,
Is the machine in operational condition and will it print a ticket ?.Your machine is sure to be of interest .
Stan Turner says...
Thanks everyone, it's my first time so pls be gentle.....

I have had a TIM machine for many years, very simlar to the one ilastrated .

it has a good history, it was designed to be used on the "Luggage Boats" on the River Mersey before the Mersey Tunnels were built 1930's

The selector finger above the dial has a choice of CYCLE MOTOR PASSANGER PARCEL CRUISE, instead of the usual price denominations

Any intrest to anybody

Could yiu put a price on it?

Kind Regards

Stan Turner
Reply Stan Turner
5:39 PM on June 23, 2010 
Thanks everyone, it's my first time so pls be gentle.....

I have had a TIM machine for many years, very simlar to the one ilastrated .

it has a good history, it was designed to be used on the "Luggage Boats" on the River Mersey before the Mersey Tunnels were built 1930's

The selector finger above the dial has a choice of CYCLE MOTOR PASSANGER PARCEL CRUISE, instead of the usual price denominations

Any intrest to anybody

Could yiu put a price on it?

Kind Regards

Stan Turner