Payment by air, the cashier who controls the pneumatic system in his office
Article found in The Illustrated London News magazine of 4 May 1907. Photo: Dannenberg.
A pneumatic "change" railway has been invented by an English engineer, and has been established in Germany. The photograph shows the system of tubes through which the cashier receives the money and the account and dispatches the change.
Because the article is published far more than 70 years ago, it is believed to be in the Public Domain.