Early post-war TIM 520, believed to be ex Bradford, although the name has been ground off the print plate.
Ticket classes are EMF, C, O (Early morning fare, child, ordinary)
Fares range from 1d to 9d, with 9d being at the 'resting' position of the dial.
I have heard it suggested these machines were the post-war batch of London Transport machine, which LT stopped using in 1959, and would therefore have been fit for further use.
Or maybe the LT machines were just very similar in outward appearance.
Can anyone shed any light on this?