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Reply Bob Sargent
6:18 AM on December 30, 2013 
Oh yes they were the days.LT country Buses conductor during the 60's. with the Gibson as my partner. No support strap or leather clothes protector for me. I was only 18 and felt I needed to bring some modern fashion to the look of a conductor for which I often got marched into the govenors office to be told off. I wore it on my jacket supported by two doglead clips low down instead of on the chest. The art was to operate it with just the left hand pressing the trigger whilst at the same time spinning the wheel. Issueing combination tickets in this way was great fun especially green rovers for families of four or more. Just retired after 47 years in industry.
Reply Alan Bond
5:05 AM on September 18, 2011 
I have found your Gibson information most useful. I have a Central Bus machine but it prints coded tickets. Is it possible to convert it back to pre-decimal configuration ? Any information gratefully received.