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kiosks were used all over London when there was a big event ,This speeded up mass passenger movement.
Posted by ticketmachines on February 26, 2009 Slideshow

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Reply KK 69521
4:25 PM on June 1, 2011 
I am fairly sure the machine on the right (of the photograph) is a change machine of some sort.

Looks very similar to those used (in conjunction with NCR cash register derived bus ticket machines) on the 1945 "pay as you board" experiment on route 65 - see photo at the LT Museum's collection - http://www.ltmcollection.org/photos/photo/link.html?IXinv=1998/89
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It looks as though the change came down a chute adjacent to the TIM for the passenger to pick up.

As an aside, I can remember a few shops (principally local 'Key Market') having a change dispenser linked to the tills at checkouts, which automatically dispensed change into a hopper kind of thing for the shopper to collect.

The general style of the change dispenser matches some pre-war shop cash registers I have seen, so quite probably designed for retail use.
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3:26 PM on July 12, 2010 
Wonder why this chap is apparently using both a fare register and a conventional cash register? Or is it a change giver of some sort?