In Britain, Daily Ticket, Non-Train

Taplow is a wayside station on the main railway line to from London to the West of England and South Wales. When I passed through on 13th December 1985 , I bought a parking ticket as a souvenir perhaps because this station no longer sold platform tickets. I’ve included the image of the back of this ticket because even if it looks vaguely modern from the front (apart from the quaint ‘three-wheeled vehicle’ wording), on the back is the old station stamp. This is similar to the parking ticket from Goole (see here).

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