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T.I.M with Waybill Mech WEST RIDING A. CO LTD
This machine has a built in Driver/Conductors waybill Mech,it allows the operator to Zero these independant counters at the end of shift,allowing for the waybill to be made up faster,it also has the standard cashiers counters that can not be set to Zero,also has the guiloten that cuts the ticket off with the rotation of the handle.
Posted by T.M.W on February 2, 2012 Slideshow

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5 Comments

Reply joe
3:32 AM on April 8, 2012 
mark,if you are ever at North East England bus rallies we could compare machines as I now have West Riding machine,chickenjoebbs@hotmail.co.uk
Reply joe
3:30 AM on April 8, 2012 
mark says...
Were any of these used with this mechanism removed in later life? I have a WRA machine with what appears to be a fixing on the handle end from this system, and a set of blank windows with no counters
Reply pjjsuk
5:22 PM on February 19, 2012 
Fascinating machine. The TEL, aka 'plastic Gibson' made by ticket Equipment Ltd for London Transport in Plessey days also had a re-settable total for daily/shift takings, though I think that in the LT case, the depot clerk would re-set the total as access was locked.
Reply mark
2:09 PM on February 7, 2012 
Were any of these used with this mechanism removed in later life? I have a WRA machine with what appears to be a fixing on the handle end from this system, and a set of blank windows with no counters
Reply WRA
4:28 PM on February 2, 2012 
This is from a batch of 29 machines supplied to WRA.
Not sure if all had this counter feature.this was the last batch ordered by WRA and machines were still in service in the late 1970s not sure when they were withdrawn.