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The second set includes a variety of personal items utilized by a cross-section of members of the Triplex households.These objects reflect a range of activities, from pastimes such as gaming and smoking, to medical care and treatment that likely took place inside these structures.The most accurate method is, of course, to contact the BHIMT who may be able to supply such details as production date, date registered etc.However a rough guide to a cars age can be found using the manufacturing codes on the windscreen and door glass.Note that it dates the GLASS, so is only an indication of the cars age, assuming the glass is original.If you are not quite sure of the year of your car, but the decade is known, just look for two dots in the TRIPLEX logo on the glass.The other four were supplied by Kevin Mc Cabe on June 9, 2006: Per note at top of page, the dots above the letters T, R, E and X would represent 1st through 4th quarter of a production year.

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The first set is comprised of sewing-related items that provide a glimpse into the clothing production that occurred within the building.The month of manufacture can be found on TRIPLEX glass.In this case only the first and last pairs of letters are used, as shown : Now, this is only a rough guide as mentioned, as it relies on a strict factory stock rotation, so expect a few anomalies.A side issue of potential interest: Dating your car by its windows - based on the original compiled by Neil Cairns.------ "MG's made in the 1950's to the late 1970's can be dated by the 'TRIPLEX CODE' etched into the toughened glass. Most classic cars can be dated by their registration letter or registration document.

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