The ATM Turns 50…and the experience sure has come a long way

View of drive through window at Wharncliffe & Oxford Branch, London, ON, c. 1958

2017 is a big year for the ATM!

The first ATM was available to the public in 1967 at Barclay's branch in Enfield, North London, UK. To commemorate its 50th anniversary, Barclays transformed the ATM at its Enfield branch into gold.

While ours feature more green than gold, TD's own ATMs have also come a long way over the years! Our new smart ATMs are enabled with touch screens, offering customers a smartphone-like experience.  They're also capable of dispensing multiple denominations, including $5 and $10 bills and some of our existing ATMs will be updated with this feature soon. Today's ATMs combine technology and convenience, enabling faster transactions that are ready for you.


TD's newest Smart ATM, available in select new branch locations

"We always want to ensure that the experience we are offering our customers gives them the confidence to use the channel of their choice," said Jim Grimmer, Head of the North American ATM Channel "Our digitally-savvy, smartphone-carrying customers may appreciate that our smart ATMs will have a familiar feel, and everyone will benefit from the faster, more convenient experience that all our ATMs offer."

A Look Back

From early "Drive-in Wickets," to the launch of TD's iconic "Green Machine," TD's ATM experience has come a long way.

 

You might also like:

Five Must-Do Money Resolutions