Token [Western Springs Tramway]

Jeep Halling, Maker

Circa 1980s
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Maker and Role
Jeep Halling, Maker
Production Date
Circa 1980s
A medallion made for the Western Springs Tramway which operates at MOTAT. The medallion is a circular, gold coloured token that depicts "WESTERN SPRINGS TRAMWAY" logo. The logo image shows a piece of moulded tram track above a tram wheel with banner below. Engraved on the back of the medallion is 'PASS' and 'G E Watt'.
Processed Material/Metal
Signature/Marks and Type
PASS / G.E.Watt Engraved
Accession No
Credit Line
Jeep Halling. Circa 1980s. Token [Western Springs Tramway], 1991.13.32. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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- MOTAT Curatorial Research

Posted on 26-06-2020 00:33:59

The Western Springs Tramway medallion was manufactured by Anthony "Jeep" Halling in his Jewelry, badge making and engraving business "Halling & Son" (Jeep was the son), which was located at MOTAT in the old Victorian shops in the 1980s and early 1990s.

- David Cawood

Posted on 01-06-2020 23:48:18

What is the diameter in millimetres w/o the loop? Can you provide a photo of the reverse side of the medal?

- Yosef Sa'ar

Posted on 28-05-2020 13:18:24