What doesn't add up, however, is that in 1974, before the era of mobile phones, there were numerous telephone kiosks
scattered around Birmingham City centre.
Phone boxes belong to another age; it was during a conversation with Barney Curley earlier in the week that we touched upon his Yellow Sam gamble at Bellewstown, where the hinge upon which it swung was big Benny O'Hanlon's occupation of the only telephone kiosk
at the track, thus preventing off-course bookies phoning money through to on-course layers in order to bring the starting price down.
The 18-year-old Welsh college student donned a black and white mini dress, drove around in a Mini and made a telephone call from an old-style public telephone kiosk
on the outskirts of Cardiff at Michaelston-le-Pit.
Land adjacent to 114 Holyhead Road - replacement telephone kiosk
with advertising panel.
45pm on May 2, police received a call from a telephone kiosk
outside the Stanley casino in Renshaw Street claiming, 'there is a bomb outside, get there quick'.
We've actually been given a mail box and a cooker since the exhibition started, but unfortunately we were not able to find a telephone kiosk
for this exhibition.
Earlier the three missing girls had made contact with their worried parents from a telephone kiosk
at South Petherton, near Yeovil, Somerset.
Titan Worldwide is a full service Out-of-Home Advertising company providing sales, marketing, and maintenance of transit, billboard, wallscape, telephone kiosk
, street banner, and construction bridge advertising.
When a connection with the outside world was putting four pennies in a telephone kiosk
or a stamp on an envelope.
38pm on Tuesday, May 14, when the metal door to the cash box of a telephone kiosk
situated at the junction of the Fossway and Westbourne Avenue, Walker, was forced open and the cash box stolen.
Would he still have us waiting for the valves to warm up before we could see a hazy image on our 12-inch televisions; carrying a brick-sized, hardly mobile telephone around, holding it aloft trying to find a signal; swinging a starting handle to start our car and pressing button 'B' in a telephone kiosk
hoping for the change that never came?
Fischer, 30, kept his victim in a telephone kiosk
that he converted into a torture cell.
Jean Bennett, 50, was found by a passing motorist lying unconscious outside a telephone kiosk
in High Street, Spennymoor, County Durham shortly after 8pm on Thursday.
POLICE investigating the brutal murder of a Birmingham father-ofthree have made a fresh appeal for witnesses after confirming that a call to the taxi driver's firm came from a telephone kiosk
in Kings Norton.
As customers and staff fled out into the night, his older sister Nia, then 17, ran to a telephone kiosk
20 yards down the road to summon help.