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Pneu-Art terminal

A Pneu-Art terminal in Shaws, Portlaoise, probably dating from the 1960s or 70s. It consists of a metal box with a glazed air-tight door. Westwood and Westwood point out that such terminals raise the cost of an installation over the cost of "ordinary terminals", but post-war installations generally seem to have used this type.

Pneu-Art terminal set into wall





A well-concealed Pneu-Art terminal recessed into the wall. Note the characteristic pigeon-holes for holding carriers on the left. This terminal has a smaller hinge than the one on the left.

There are more photos of Pneu-Art stations on the Arding & Hobbs , Famous, Fairheads and Jacksons pages.

Diagram of Pneu-Art terminal on pedastal

Diagram of Pneu-Art terminal from Lamson brochure (Syracuse, NY: Lamson Corp., 1952). The shape is rather different from Pneu-Art terminals in Britain.

Dimensions of Pneu-Art terminal

Dimensions of the terminal from the same brochure.