Possibly the typical British short-range Almex. The fare range is 00 to 99p, and the class codes are S R C E P T D W X with the ½S blocked off and there is no meter for this inside - the related 'window' is painted over like the rest of the machine. Inside, but with the wires cut off, is a switch to operate a coin chute to direct the fare into a hopper when the machine was operated. It has the 'old type' ticket dispenser which means that a new roll has to be threaded through carefully. The front is stamped 366 and it prints 0366. It came with a simple conductor's carrying plate made from sheet metal. There is no facility for insert-type tickets. Needless to say, there is no cliché plate and the 'Greater Manchester' on the waybill is suspect although it may come from a company absorbed by them.