Almex A Alpha code.

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Almex A    Alpha code.
LONDON TRANSPORT was the largest user of these machines and purchased 17000 units.
Posted by ticketmachines on June 20, 2009

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Reply dave
2:18 AM on May 6, 2017 
these old machine how much are they to buy
Reply Nick Smith
9:30 PM on October 13, 2012 
Sorry, I said it was an Almex E that I owned. The picture here is the type i have, an Almex A. It's jammed. Any wizards out there who can have a go at repairing it ????
Reply prez
4:23 PM on August 3, 2012 
Hi.Don't Know much about these but would this machine be for sale and is it possible to send a picture to me at [email protected]
Regards Carl
Reply Elaine
9:33 AM on August 1, 2012 
Does anyone know any history about an Alpha ticket machine.It was removed from the Blackpool theatre and is patented 1899 on the brass inside.Someone said it was a veeder and co from connecticut usa
Reply justin
1:42 PM on March 20, 2012 
anyone has this complete with drive unit for sale ?
Reply Nick Smith
6:26 PM on October 20, 2011 
Have found Almex A Alpha Code machine in loft with baseplate. Has polished up quite nicely but it appears jammed, ie buttons difficullt to press or won't press at all. Any ideas how I connect it up to mains voltage and see if it still works?

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