British Telephone Boxes

This board features older style pay-phone boxes installed by the Post Office for general use, and those installed by the Police, and motoring organizations for emergencies. Boxes installed by motoring organizations were accessed using a key provided to members only.
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K6 GPO phone box in green paint photographed at the Seven Sisters Country Park on the A259 near Seaford, East Sussex in May 2014.

GPO phone box in green paint photographed at the Seven Sisters Country Park on the near Seaford, East Sussex in May

K1 Post Office phone box at Ray Mill Island, near Boulter's Lock, Maidenhead, Berkshire, photographed in 1994. One of only about five remaining.

Post Office phone box at Ray Mill Island, near Boulter's Lock, Maidenhead, Berkshire, photographed in One of only about five remaining.

A K2 GPO telephone box designed by Gilbert Scott and first manufactured in 1925. Photographed in Fleet Street in the City of London in December 2016.

A GPO telephone box designed by Gilbert Scott and first manufactured in Photographed in Fleet Street in the City of London in December

A K6 phone box rebuilt as a cash machine and phone point, photographed in June 2014 in Lancaster Square, Conwy town, Conwy.

Presumed to be a phone box rebuilt as a cash machine and phone point, photographed in June 2014 in Lancaster Square, Conwy town, Conwy.

Preserved AA box on Kendal to Ambleside road, A591, July 2010.

Preserved AA box on Kendal to Ambleside road, July

GvR Phone kiosk (K4) with post box & two stamp vending machines. Photographed in Bury, Greater Manchester in May 2017. Made around 1929 to 1933 by Carron, these boxes were unsuccessful due to technical difficulties. Photo Ref: 147a;

GvR Phone kiosk (K4) with post box & two stamp vending machines. Photographed in Bury, Greater Manchester in May 2017. Made around 1929 to 1933 by Carron, these boxes were unsuccessful due to technical difficulties. Photo Ref: 147a;

Another view of the previous box.

Another view of the previous box.

A comparison of the pre Elizabeth II 'British' box on the right and the 'English' Elizabeth II box on the left, photographed in Edinburgh! Compare the crowns.

A comparison of the pre Elizabeth II 'British' box on the right and the 'English' Elizabeth II box on the left, photographed in Edinburgh! Compare the crowns.

The ubiquitous K6 Telephone Box photographed in Chailey, East Sussex in January 2015.

The ubiquitous Telephone Box photographed in Chailey, East Sussex in January

RAC emergency phone box photographed in the East Anglia Transport Museum, Colton Colville, Suffolk in August 2014. This is a later design than the wooden version alongside this pin.

RAC emergency phone box photographed in the East Anglia Transport Museum, Colton Colville, Suffolk in August This is a later design than the wooden version alongside this pin.

RAC emergency phone box photographed in the East Anglia Transport Museum, Colton Colville, Suffolk in August 2014

RAC emergency phone box photographed in the East Anglia Transport Museum, Colton Colville, Suffolk in August 2014

Working replica of a police phone box installed in Boscombe shopping precinct, Dorset, in 2014. Photo April 2014. #Doctor Who, #Tardis

Working replica of a police phone box installed in Boscombe shopping precinct, Dorset, in Photo April Who,

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