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London Country Setright S 268
London Country Setright S 268, with box showing 'LH' (Leatherhead) garage code. London Transport bought Setrights in the 1950s, to replace Bell Punches for Green Line Coach conductors between 1953 and 1955. As the Green Line network was converted to OMO in the late 60s and under London Country in the 1970s, Setright machines were cascaded to country bus conductor use and (to a lesser extent) OMO bus driver use.
Posted by KK 69521 on December 2, 2010 Slideshow

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Reply KK 69521
4:41 PM on February 5, 2011 
Richard of London says...
This box is up for sale on ebay - see item no. 280622034041

I wonder if the machine is up for sale too? Seems a shame to split the two.

Richard of London


Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

I am not "martin4815", I am not selling the machine or the box, both of which are still in my possession and to be honest, I have little intention of selling these, and if I did, I would certainly sell as a set.

I have reported this to e-bay but unfortunately (it has been a busy week) did not see your message until after his auction ended. e-bay doesn't allow me to contact the successful bidder. I guess it would be improper for me to message him having made an official report.

I suppose it is just conceivable that he has a similar box (maybe a Gibson box) that he couldn't be bothered to photograph, but it would not be the first time that someone has taken a photo from this site and has been purporting to sell it.

I hope it wasn't you that bought it.

Further information to follow.
Reply Richard of London
6:37 AM on February 1, 2011 
This box is up for sale on ebay - see item no. 280622034041

I wonder if the machine is up for sale too? Seems a shame to split the two.

Richard of London