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Almex TimTronic
The TimTronic was developed by a Dutch company and T.I.M was licenced to produce the machines.The TimTronic was the first mass produced Electronic ticket machine that stored data electronically,and won a large part of the European market, also popular in the U.K with many bus operators ,the first to fully convert being the Oxford Bus Co in 1979 .Crosville and Southdown being amongst other users.the N.B.C saw this as the prefered E.T.M at that time,but suffered from ticket jams from the mechanical printer. Latterly badged as a Almex when in 1984 A.T.E (Almex) purchased Ticket Equipment Ltd (T.I.M ) .Technology from these machines was later used in the Almex Magnet ticket machine Many thanks to Transport-ticket (T.M.W Member) for assistance in the research of these machines.
Posted by T.M.W on July 11, 2009 Slideshow

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