Genuine paper tickets and machines: click on an image for details

TWO Green Machines STA magnetic strip ticket reader plus keyboard console and mounting bracket.

Two green machines with every console for this price.

Genuine. The green machine as installed on 100s of STA buses over the period 1992 through 2015. Manufactured by AES in Belgium.

The pair of green machines and console are in good order with no damage.

It is not possible to operate the machine as if in actual use because the power supply and cabling required is built into the bus.

The plated metal mounting bracket is included,  to enable the green ticket reader to be set up vertically.

Because of their weight two shipping rates have to apply:

within the Wollongong - Katoomba - Wyong postal area:  Free Shipping

outside Sydney metro postal area and Interstate  attracts an extra $30.00 

Click on your area below.

You are welcome to collect your machine personally at the Museum on a Wednesday or a Saturday. Call ahead 02 9572 6789.

$50.00

  • 16 kg
  • Available

Conductor's Ticket Case - filled with paper tickets

Ticket Cases  are of the NSW Dept Govt Transport pattern as used from the 1930s to the 1980s.

Filled, 12 blocks of paper tickets; genuine. Decimal values only.

Cases from either Burwood or Waverley depots, marked 'B' or 'W',

also marked for alternate weeks: 'A' and 'B' (to deter punters from using an old ticket marked 'A' , on a 'B' week) .

 

note: selection of ticket blocks will vary in every case

condition of case will be good, but not identical to photo: all show varying signs of age.

$50.00

  • 2 kg
  • Available
  • Delivery: 3-7 working days1

Conductor's Ticket Case -historic Private Operator blocks

  Tickets from various NSW privately run bus companies of the 1960s and 70s

Filled, 12 blocks of paper tickets; genuine. Decimal values mainly but some pre-decimal  £.s.d.  denominations

Cases are ex-Government only,  from either Burwood and Waverley depots, marked 'B' or 'W',

note: selection of ticket blocks will vary in every case

condition of case will be good, but not identical to photo: all show varying signs of age.

$50.00

  • 2 kg
  • Available
  • Delivery: 3-7 working days1

Ultimate ticket machine mfg by Bell Punch Co.

These machines were used at first by extra conductors at busy stops, allowing queueing passengers to purchase tickets to give the on-board conductor a break.

Later they became a standard fitting in the large Leyland Leopard fleet. 

They are very much-used somewhat battered but still fully working, loaded with five full rolls of tickets of different denominations. The stamping ribbon is included but needs re-inking.

The "Ultimate" maker's plate has usually  fallen off unfortunately. It is rare to find one that carries it.

 

Please note that the image shown here is typical only. Appearance varies due to rough handling . Some machines may have coloured side flaps to access the printer ribbon. Some machines may have damage to counter windows.

All machines are shipped with many spare ticket rolls of different denominations and ages.

$150.00

  • 3 kg
  • Available
  • Delivery: 3-7 working days1

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