On a more amusing note, to get to the Playhouse we had to catch a tram at the Haymarket and when it stopped outside the theatre, the jovial ticket collector would shout 'Everyone off for the madhouse'.
What does TC stand for?
TC stands for Ticket Collector
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Thin Client (computer hardware)
- Thiokol Corporation (est. 1929)
- Thompson/Center (gun company)
- Thread Count (fabric)
- Throttle Characteristic
- Thrust Chamber
- Tical (former currency of Thailand)
- Ticket Checker (train)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I read with incredulity the article concerning the ticket collector who was attacked on Deighton station, being pushed to the ground and punched - and for what?
It is understood the ticket collector at the centre of the battle, Scott Lewis, has not been given his job back.
You tore the ticket in half, retained the 'R' half for the return journey and surrendered the other half to the ticket collector.
The same equally applies when in 1913 a picture was taken of the driver and ticket collector of one of Birmingham Corporation's first Daimler petrol-engine double decker, opentopped buses, which were introduced in July 1913, just 13 months before World War One.
The experts will have to shed light on the actions of the ticket collector after he received a signal that a fire had erupted in compartment 6 of the sleeping car.
The 24-year-old starlet has confessed that she has become something of a ticket collector and run-ins with the warden have only increased since she featured in the famous spy franchise.
The Ticket Collector represents all those in power from Alexander the Great to contemporary authorities.