By Anthony Cross
It is surprising that no book has previously been written about the famous Gibson ticket machine, but this is the first. Drawing on recently discovered and previously unpublished material, Anthony Cross approaches the subject in an authoritative but highly readable style. The book deals with how the ‘Gibson’ came into being, why it took painfully long to get into production and, remarkably, why some of the last survivors lasted in service for 40 years.
112 pages Paperback