Uniform Jacket [Auckland Transport Board]

Auckland Transport Board, Commissioned by

Late 1940s-1964
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Maker and Role
Auckland Transport Board, Commissioned by
Production Date
Late 1940s-1964
Black wool. An Auckland Transport Board uniform jacket worn by staff on the Tramways and Buses. This uniform jacket with 4 buttons (all missing), red cross/star and two red stripes on left sleeve. These represent the length of service of the owner. In this case the owner had at least 25 years of service with the Auckland Transport Board. There are two flap pockets with a single silver button on each.
Processed Material/Textile/Wool
Signature/Marks and Type
62-62 Ink Stamp
Accession No
Credit Line
Auckland Transport Board. Late 1940s-1964. Uniform Jacket [Auckland Transport Board], F365.2001. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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- MOTAT Curatorial Research

Posted on 21-08-2019 01:04:59

Auckland Transport Board tunic used on trams and buses from the late 1940s until 1964. 15 years long service red star on sleeve and two five years bars, so the wearer had at least 25 years service with the Auckland Transport Board

- David Cawood

Posted on 13-08-2019 22:00:13