Thomas Edmondson 1792 - 1851

born in:
Lancaster, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

The Edmondson ticket was a way of validating railway fares. It was started in the 1840s and named after the inventor Thomas Edmondson. The last Edmondson press was switched off in 1988 and the use of Edmondson tickets by British Railways ended in 1990;

Edmondson and his company were based at Knowsley Street, Cheetham, Manchester