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A telephone box, Belleville Road, off Northcote Road, London. Well-maintained, still-functional red telephone boxes are becoming rarer and rarer in London and in the rest of the country, as many people carry mobile phones, reducing the need for public telephone booths. This telephone box was well-maintained, in that it was not plastered by cards adverstising business of ill repute as telephone boxes customary are, but I did not check if the phone is still functional. Photographed on .
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