Almex E Conductors machines.

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Almex E Conductors machines.
LONDON TRANSPORT also used these machines with conductors on certain routes and were very popular with crews.
Posted by ticketmachines on June 20, 2009

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Reply Andrew Jeffreys
1:24 PM on July 29, 2009 
The webmaster occasionally sells London-spec Almex Es; there was one on eBay quite recently but it was advertised on this site beforehand.
Reply darrengsaw
11:13 AM on July 20, 2009 
I think the London ones had the yellow and red buttons, rather than just the red ones. I have one from Grimsby Transport with motordrive, would love to get my hands on a london issue one though, not too many floating about.
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This machine is a Ex Ipswich example and was latterly fitted to a preserved Ipswich bus.
Reply Andrew Jeffreys
2:36 AM on July 15, 2009 
Although this picture shows a standard electrically-driven OMO (and by the look of it, a non-LT) machine! The crew Almex Es might have been popular, but they didn't last for very long in London, possibly because the Gibson could better survive the bangs and whacks that portable machines could be subject to in service.

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