While there he made several improvements in cabinet-making implements, and contrived a mechanical arrangement by which a busy housewife could churn the butter and rock the cradle at the same time. Thoroughness in manufacture, completeness in detail, and adaptability to the work required, were points on which he was conscientiously particular. In due course he entered into business; though a Friend he was not successful. He entered into partnership in Carlisle; the firm became bankrupt. He nevertheless paid all his creditors when means came to him. He became a railway clerk at a small station at Milton, afterwards called Brampton, about fourteen miles from Carlisle, on the Newcastle and Carlisle railway.
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The Edmondson railway ticket was a system for recording the payment of railway fares and accounting for the revenue raised, introduced in the s. A faster means of issuing pre-printed tickets was needed. There was also a need to provide accountability by serial-numbering each ticket to prevent unscrupulous clerks from pocketing the fares, who now had to reconcile the takings against the serial numbers of the unsold tickets at the end of each day.
The Edmondson system came into general use with the creation of the Railway Clearing House in , becoming the essential standard feature. The whole system, from printing to bulk storage to ticket racks, dating and issue, was based on these measurements. Although there is some small variation nowadays metricated to 30 x 57 x 0.
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Reviewed in this section was a trial to assess a time based, flat fare ticket These tickets were dated in the Edmondson dating press but in addition to the.
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Edmondson Ticket Dating Press with side type modification. In this case, a cast makers plate is on the top, indicating an early version, and most.
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Edmondson tickets – how it was done!
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At the heart of the booking office is the ticket dating press. This is used to print or impress the date on the ticket so validating it for use. These machines were developed by the Edmondson Company in the 19th century and Waterlow also produced similar machines. Even the smallest station had one and larger stations often had dozens. The most common variety in the UK printed the date on the ticket by using printers’ type and an inked ribbon.
Another variety impressed the date of the ticket with special sharp type.
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A very unusual cast iron & brass ticket validator machine with a fine brass tag on top that says: “RAIL ROAD TICKET DATING PRESS, Lot , Aug 01,
The Edmondson railway ticket was a system for validating the payment of railway fares, and accounting for the revenue raised, introduced in the s. Farr, M In: Simmonds and Biddle , Page ] It is named after its inventor, Thomas Edmondson , a trained cabinet maker , who became a station master on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway in England.
He introduced his system on the Manchester and Leeds Railway. Edmondson tickets in the United Kingdom The tickets were printed on cards about 1 inch by 2 inch es 2. When the ticket was issued, it was date-stamped by a custom-made machine. The tickets to different destinations and of different types were stored in a lockable cupboard where the highest number of each issue was visible.
Different colours and patterns helped distinguish the different types of tickets. British Rail ‘s centralised paper and printing centre at Crewe had a number of pre Waterloo printing press es which met its million annual demand for Edmondson railway tickets. In: Railway Magazine , Vol.
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This message does not relate to item valuation or trading. Ticket Dater – Railway. Railway Ticket Dater. Railway Ticket Dater advertisment. Complete with type. This is used to print or impress the date on the ticket so validating it for use.
All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. View mobile site Stats for nerds. Collecting Edmondson Tickets About this thread. Location: Geelong. A fellow collegue where I volunteer at a TR as a Booking Officer has fostered my growing interest in Edmondson tickets to the point where I am already on the way to have quite a spiffy litttle collection of tickets.
My only source to date has been the same seller on eBay that I have dealt with since starting to collect tickets. All my purchases to date have been for mint, unused Edmondsons, date of manufacture unspecified. Can anyone advise me please: What should I be looking out for? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Posted: 26 Nov