telephone box

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Synonyms for telephone box

booth for using a telephone

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"It is an iconic part of British heritage yet sadly, these red telephone boxes are getting more and more scarce in the countryside."
The story has been recalled by Ioan Richard, who was the Mawr councillor for almost 40 years, and is keen to save the telephone box.
British local government authority The Greater London Authority announced on Wednesday that the first London telephone box to be transformed into a free solar-powered mobile phone charger has been unveiled on Tottenham Court Road by new company 'solarbox', which is using this first installation as a pilot before turning more iconic phone boxes green in early in 2015.
L e TOUGH CALL Z Telephone box in camp BOG STANDARD Z It may not look much but the celebs will appreciate the new private toilet
PARKED up in its dotage, next to a red telephone box, this Ford 4000 tractor has seen better days.
London, Aug 28 (ANI): The Design Museum in London has included the historic red telephone box and traffic lights to its collection of classics.
QUETTA, October 08, 2009 (Frontier Star): A telephone box was destroyed completely in a blast at busiest Zargon highway in Quetta, however, no loss of life was reported.
Royal Mail said some of the finest designs of the century, including a telephone box and London Underground map will be included in the first set of special stamps to be published in 2009.
A Midland village has become the first in the UK to "adopt" its red telephone box from BT to save it.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-10 March 2006-C&D Wireless designs UK telephone box style handset(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD
The caddies feature British icons--a red telephone box, a pillar-box, and a Beefeater, a policeman and guard.
The initiative, which has been launched to celebrate the centenary of the telephone box, will enable people in Austria to access multimedia services and the Internet via a broadband connection.
A POLICE car chase came to a crushing end when the suspect hit other vehicles, flipped and landed on top of a telephone box.
JUST think if we lived in Corbyn's (non-innovative) world we would only have state broadcasting (BBC One, Two and maybe Three); only one in three homes would have a telephone, so the rest of us would have to find a non-vandalised telephone box even though we could still only afford to make a threeminute call after 6pm.