ticket issuing machine
A machine for issuing tickets from blank paper or card roll; may be conductor/guard operated.
ticket issuing machine component
Components for a machine for issuing tickets from blank paper or card roll.
A hand-held device for cancelling tickets by removal of a small section of the ticket.
A hand-held device for cancelling tickets.
A device for retaining tickets in order for easy removal and ensuring tickets are not issued out of sequence.
A device used by passengers, usually given by the railway operator for retaining season ticket, travelcard or pass.
An instrument or device to measure the rise and fall of the tides
Pin that directly tacks a pin onto a shirt.
Flat, solid, and relatively thin durable material generally used for roofing, flooring, or wall and ceiling covering; often rectangular or squarish in shape. For fired clay materials of varying shapes and thicknesses and with various uses in addition to covering, prefer "ceramic tile."
Books in which hours spent on a job by workers are recorded. GAHLM.
A manual document that records the times an employee starts and finishes duty.
Device for measuring and recording the passage of time.
A document showing the times of train departures and arrivals at stations and passing points, en route (cf. the Working Timetable).
Use for the pure metallic element having symbol Sn and atomic number 50; a soft, pliable, silvery white metal. Use also for this metal as processed and formed, usually in combination with other substances, to make various objects and materials.
tin - can
Can made of tin plated metal, usual iron or steel.
A solution of a medical substance (often a herb or natural plant material) in alcohol. Tinctures were commonly used as alternative medicines in the 1800s.
a tuberculin test in which a disk with several tines bearing tuberculin antigen is used to puncture the skin; development of a hard red area indicates past or present exposure to tubercle bacilli and the need for further testing
A staff with a metal tip or emblem, carried as a sign of office, now largely ceremonial.
used in trephination
Racks with vertical partitions for holding and serving several (usually four to eight) slices of toast on edge.