The time has come for them to be replaced with new technology, but it is also important that one of the old ticket machines is kept for posterity and I'm thrilled to be able to hand one over to Tyne and Wear Museums for public display.
What does TWM stand for?
TWM stands for Tyne and Wear Museums (UK)
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We are really pleased to be able to present this historical find to Tyne and Wear Museums and be safe in the knowledge it will be preserved for the future.
Alec Coles, director of Tyne & Wear Museums, said: "It is fantastic that this painting has been loaned to Tyne and Wear Museums.
Tyne and Wear Museums is England's largest regional museums service running 11 museums and galleries in North East England.
Ged Bell, chairman of the Tyne and Wear Museums Joint Committee, said it shows the service "demonstrates exceptional value for money".
According to Tyne and Wear Museums boss Alec Coles the investment has shown exactly what museums can achieve ( and what they expect to lose if funding cutbacks are made.
Workers from Tyne and Wear Museums are digging shallow trenches, up to one metre deep, in selected areas at the Seghill landfill site to identify and record any archaeological remains that may exist.
But Tyne and Wear Museums director Alec Coles has warned possible cutbacks will have major implications - saying it could put the region in a "worse situation" than when the scheme began.