British telephone box Edale Photograph

Telephone box’s have become more and more obsolete in the UK.  In towns and city’s you are more liable to see the clinical modern ones.  In the villages they have been kept for heritage, but many are nothing more than a 2nd hand book library or information centre.  I remember having one of the first mobile phones for a car in the early 1990’s.  Phonebox’s were still well used in those days.

BT phone box

BT phone box

All the best

Tim

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “British telephone box Edale Photograph

  1. I love these so much! In the United States we no longer have public telephones from which you may make a call. You must either use someone else’s cell (mobile) phone, or ask a store or gas station if you may use their phone. I think we still need public phones for anyone to use. Love your photos and the commentary that you put with them. It takes me where you are and I live across the pond. Thank you for sharing your time and expertise with us! C.J. Wilhelmi

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