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Edmondson Ticket Printing Machine

The Edmondson ticket printing machine (manufactured by Georg Göbel AG in Darmstadt) in 1929 is named after its inventor Thomas Edmondson (1792-1851) and was used for printing tickets for rail passenger traffic.
Originally the machine served its purpose at the main train station of Darmstadt (Germany, Hessen). Today it is in the possession of the Bochum Railway Museum and used for printing tickets…