telephone kiosk


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Synonyms for telephone kiosk

booth for using a telephone

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Four people came onto the platform shortly after the man used the telephone kiosk.
It is alleged Podmore rang the Custom House from a telephone kiosk at the Labour Club and claimed there was a bomb on the premises and that staff should get everyone out.
Cherrie told police drugs had been bought from a dealer near a telephone kiosk and he admitted he had later shared the drugs in the company of Mr Cosgrove.
Nuneaton police have issued an appeal to trace a man who was using a telephone kiosk in Edward Street at about 6.30am on March 11, 1997.
The League says it has written to North Wales deputy chief constable Clive Wolfendale challenging him to relaunch an inquiry into the 1982 discovery of a ``bugging'' radio device in a telephone kiosk in the tiny village of Talysarn,near Penygroes,in Gwynedd.
He said there had been an unconfirmed sighting of Mr Cowles leaving Fibber McGees pub in Lichfield Street, Walsall, on the night of his death and it was known he had later taken a taxi from the town to Brownhills where it had been his habit to call his girlfriend from a telephone kiosk in Ogley Road.
The painting,Welsh Autumn Hills from Dryham,along with other items sold in the auction, including a 1950s juke box and red telephone kiosk, contributed to the total of pounds 156,000.
01789 762 090 TALK The Last Red Phonebox Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 'K8' telephone kiosk, telecommunications specialist and co-author of The British Phonebox Nigel Ling will be giving talks.
The cast-iron K6 red telephone kiosk on Temple Row West is actually a grade II-listed building - but it's no longer fit for purpose after its cash box was smashed open.
"The offences began in Aberystwyth when a BT telephone kiosk was targeted and the PS471 inside was stolen.
Back in the 1960s motoring was much more of an adventure with drivers packing a tow-rope, jump leads, a shovel and a starting handle to crank the engine if it died and hoped that, if they did break down, the walk to the nearest telephone kiosk would not be more than a few miles.
Daniel Moran, 43, of Stratford Road, Birmingham, admitted attempting to steal money from a telephone kiosk in Coundon Road, Coventry, and causing damage to the telephone kiosk.
A CARDIFF man smashed the glass of a telephone kiosk using his bare fists and a wine bottle in a bid to get police help after he was chased through a town centre, a court has heard.
It is believed he had been inside Costcutter and had also used a telephone kiosk in Exchange Street.
The alleged victim was found injured in the telephone kiosk, which is outside the Greyhound pub, on Crowhall Lane.
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