Red Public Phone Boxes - Covent Garden, London, England - Thursday September Thirteenth 2007, via Flickr.@ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevenlaw/1377698792/

Red Public Phone Boxes - Covent Garden, London, England - by law_keven, :)

back in the day (I actually miss these, now there is no reason to be unreachable--because you carry your phone on you. But back then you could escape for a while and always use the excuse that you "couldn't get to a phone.")

The old phone booth. I always checked the coin return slots! I think the earliest charge I remember is 10 cents. It was 10 cents for a real long time! The next charge that stuck for a long time was 25 cents. It was 25 cents for forever!

Red English Telephone Box

English Public Phone Box It's iconic and makes one long for the adventure of London and Britain

London Phone Booth Art Prints by Luis Infante - Shop Canvas and Framed Wall Art Prints at Imagekind.com

"London Phone Booth" by Luis Infante

"London Phone Booth" by Luis Infante: The design features a fun mix between Architecture and Graphic Design. A whimsical take on the city of London. The red telephone booth is a landmark of London.

nordic blue phone booth, Dalarna, Sweden     (and phone booths are so not even in use in alot of cities inUsa and Canada, )  this one is even a pretty booth..

nordic blue phone booth, Dalarna, Sweden (and phone booths are so not even in use in alot of cities inUsa and Canada, ) this one is even a pretty booth.

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Top Tips for Visiting London with Kids

Find a red British telephone booth in London.and pretend I'm going to the Ministry of Magic

Pay telephone booth.  When you werent at home and needed to make a call you looked for one of these

Pay phone booths, and I actually have an old Oak booth from a railway station in Wyoming, complete with pay-phone.

Everyday Life in the Past...these two things were common place on our streets....photo 1960s USA

2 things we all seem to have forgotten about these days. Now instead of phone booths and mail boxes we h ave a mailbox ON our phone. who would have ever thought?

Jacqueline Gillam Fairchild Her Majesty's English Tea Room Author:  Greater Expectations

Oxford, England (THE BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS)

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