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Most people born before 1950 can remember visiting or working in shops that had cash carriers - cash balls that ran on wooden rails, wire systems where the carrier was catapulted along an overhead steel wire, or pneumatic tube systems where the carrier was whisked off to the cash office. This title reveals details about these devices.
Cash carriers have fascinated Andrew Buxton since his childhood in Leicester. He has set up the Cash Railway wesbite, contacted and visited many museums and collected references to over four hundred former systems. He has a PhD in information science and has worked at the 'Oxford English Dictionary' and the British Library.