April 1999

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Recently, I was in Birmingham, England, attending Maintec 99, the international maintenance conference and exhibition. One morning, I found myself running short of pounds sterling. Thus, I had either ..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

Recently, I was in Birmingham, England, attending Maintec 99, the international maintenance conference and exhibition. One morning, I found myself running short of pounds sterling. Thus, I had either to change a 1,000 Finnmark note (about $200) or find an ATM and withdraw money from my UK account. Leaving my hotel, I saw a post office with a sign in the window – Bureau de Change. Since it was raining, I decided to change a 1,000 markka note. I went up to the counter and presented my note. The woman behind the counter looked skeptical; she pulled out a large book and began to check the note against various pictures. She then dragged a large machine, resembling an old-fashioned m

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