telephone booth

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telephone booth

telamones at Agrigentum
An enclosure for a telephone in a public area.
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The phone box was only installed at the course after the details of the Yellow Sam plot became known.
Peter Watt: "Can't remember last time I used a public phone box, think they have had their day in built-up areas.
Jina Gelder, of Denton Burn in Newcastle, and Anna Casey, of Gosforth in Newcastle, both have their work displayed in the phone box.
I was just driving down the road and I didn't see the man coming because the phone box was there.
Phyllis Dove, 55, of Charltons, said: "BT removing this phone box has cut the village off and people are very angry that they took it away.
Police are now appealing for the public to cast their mind back to see if they remember anyone using the phone box at the corner of Poulton Road and Brentwood Street at around 1.
Earlier this year, a family living in a local pub had to use the phone box to call the fire service when a blaze broke out.
IT'S good to talk - but apparently not from this phone box in the Midlands.
IT'S DIAL a latte - an entrepreneur has set up a new coffee shop - in a red phone box.
PHONE box gang thieves stole cash boxes and vandalised FOURTEEN public phone kiosks in Birmingham city centre in a weekend crime spree.
IT'S not every day you spot a celeb using a phone box and crowds gathered in the rain yesterday to watch as actor Robson Green appeared to do just that.