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Almex A  Best selling mechanical ticket machine of all time.
AB Almex was established in 1946 as a manufacturer of ticket machines in Sweden.The Almex A was a very advanced ticket machine for it's time when introduced in the late 1940s , nearly a million "A"s built,and around 25000 still in service around the world today (2009) . Production ceased in 1988.
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13 Comments

Reply martin weetink
2:24 PM on May 9, 2012 
Even vergeten te vermelden om welk masjien het gaat:
Almex typ a 1321
martinweetink@gmail.com
Reply martin weetink
2:23 PM on May 9, 2012 
Even vergeten te vermelden om welk masjien het gaat:
Almex typ a 1321
Reply martin weetink
2:12 PM on May 9, 2012 
Even vergeten te vermelden om welk masjien het gaat:
Almex typ a 1321
Reply martin weetink
2:10 PM on May 9, 2012 
Hoi,
Ik heb een tijdje geleden na een leuk praatje met de buschauffeur van hem een ticketmasjien gekocht.
Ik probeer hem aan de gang te krijgen,hij(zij) zit helemaal vast.
nu stuit ik op een as en lager,ik denk dat er een poulietrekker voor nodig is.
wie heeft een tip
martin
Reply martin weetink
2:09 PM on May 9, 2012 
Hoi,
Ik heb een tijdje geleden na een leuk praatje met de buschauffeur van hem een ticketmasjien gekocht.
Ik probeer hem aan de gang te krijgen,hij(zij) zit helemaal vast.
nu stuit ik op een as en lager,ik denk dat er een poulietrekker voor nodig is.
wie heeft een tip
martin
Reply Richard of London
7:32 AM on March 11, 2012 
The Almex A on the left is NOT a Southend machine (although it may well have a Southend Transport cliche plate fitted). The first Southend machines were a special model and this is not one of them!

Richard of London
Reply Ingemar Ståhl
10:57 AM on December 5, 2011 
My father Nils Ståhl founded AB Almex Ticket Machines in Sweden after the second
World War. I was therefore anazed to find this information about the company as I was not aware that the company still existed. My farher died 2003 but before that he
gave an A machine each to me, my brother, and my two sons.I would be interested
to know if the company still exists and if so any information about ownwr, current production etc.
Best Regards
Ingemar Stahl
Grangardsvagen 5
58931 Linkoping
Sweden
Reply S.C.T
10:15 AM on January 3, 2011 
Pete says...
I have an almex 501 ticket machine in good working order and is willing to sell for a reasonable price to someone who may be interested . Thanks pete

Hi Pete,
I could be intersted in your machine ,can i have more info please and can you upload a picture to this section ?.
Many thanks
Reply S.C.T
10:12 AM on January 3, 2011 
The machine on the left is a ex Southend Transport example.
Reply Pete
6:35 PM on January 2, 2011 
I have an almex 501 ticket machine in good working order and is willing to sell for a reasonable price to someone who may be interested . Thanks pete
Reply Sean kearney
4:12 AM on November 26, 2010 
Bought an almex 6277 anybody know where I can get ink and rolls for it
Reply matthew
10:03 AM on July 28, 2010 
were do you get them from
Reply Shalroth
3:37 PM on September 29, 2009 
The machine on the left looks just how I remember the Merseytravel buses having up until the late 1980s!