telephone booth

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telephone booth

telamones at Agrigentum
An enclosure for a telephone in a public area.
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There was a huge outpouring of sympathy after Birmingham Live told how Stephen had been living in the phone box outside an Aldi supermarket in Bordesley Green East for four months.
Police were alerted at around 11pm on Tuesday night after three men wearing balaclavas used crow bars to prise the cash machine from the phone box in Huddersfield Road.
BT ripped out the phone box in Meols on the Wirral, Merseyside, in August, but it is back in place thanks to the "Save Phone Box 632 3003" campaign.
Along with the likes of red buses, Piccadilly Circus and Big Ben, the inner-city phone box has been synonymous with Britain's cultural heritage since their introduction nearly one hundred years ago," said Lord Sugar.
This phone box is picturesque all year round and is particularly fetching in the snow.
I was stuck in floods, mobile battery ran out, no charger and I had no way of contacting my kids, until I eventually found a phone box.
The architectural significance of the traditional phone box has seen2,400 kiosks designated as grade II listed buildings.
The phone box was absolutely full to the brim with an overgrown tree and hedge from behind the box.
Chairman Marilyn Barrack said: "The phone box provides shelter in bad weather.
I found the article about the phone box on Ryde Road, Roseworth, Stockton, (Gazette 21.
The phone box and sign prompts debate and reminiscence in the press room about the gamble Barney Curley landed at this track in June 1975.
Enterprising Jake Hollier has proved he's no mug by opening Jake's Coffee Box in the phone box in Birmingham's Eden Place (right).