Many of my generation remember with affection queuing up outside one of the old red telephone kiosks
, with their cumbersome coin-in-the-slot mechanisms and directions to "Press Button A on answer" or "Press Button B for refund".
Safe and well, a newborn baby boy discovered abandoned in a telephone kiosk
finds it's good to kip in a cosy hospital ward.
The trickster may have been a juvenile and the hoax call was made at around 1pm on Sunday from a telephone kiosk
outside the post office on Charnwood Avenue.
Maybe Lord Woolf recalled the telephone kiosk
vandals of some years ago and a warning by the late Judge Michael Argyll.
The 39-year-old man had stopped his dark blue Ford transit van on Primrose Hill Street, Hillfields between 8 and 8.10pm when two men emerged from a telephone kiosk
The bomb, intended to hit senior members of the security forces and secret service, was then planted in a West End telephone kiosk
, where it was defused.
Community beat manager, PC Wendy Gate, said: "The shops, bus shelter and telephone kiosk
had been damaged and the nearby college had windows smashed and graffiti daubed on it.
Det Chief Insp Treble said he was also keen to trace a man who telephoned for an ambulance from a nearby telephone kiosk
BEDWORTH'S water tower and a telephone kiosk
in Nuneaton are to be included in a photographic survey of England's heritage.
Two plain clothes officers saw Mitchell leave a telephone kiosk
in Buckley after he made his fifth and final blackmail demand.
When they receive a call from a private property, commercial premises or a telephone kiosk
they will automatically find out the name of the occupiers, name, address and postcode of the premises and the phone number.
When the hurricanes hit southern England in 1987, a stainless steel telephone kiosk
withstood a direct hit from a falling tree, so just think how resilient it will be in your kitchen.