May 2, 2017

Antique Shop Phone Booth



14 comments:

  1. What a lovely old beauty Linda, I don't think I've ever seen a wooden phone box before ☺

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  2. It's very rare to see a pay phone anywhere these days. I remember they used to be everywhere. The wooden booth is interesting.

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  3. I seen those kind of phone booths in drugstores when growing up. Friends taught me how to make a phone call for a penny. Put a piece of thin cardboard (about six inches) down the quarter coin slot, then pull it out fast while dropping a penny down the nickel slot. Dial tone every time. :)

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  4. They don't make them like that anymore!

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  5. I remember those things!

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  6. Now that is an old beauty!

    All the best Jan

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  7. Haven't seen these for a long time. Love Bad Bill Burke's adolescent escapades.

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  8. ...oh how cellphones killed these. Things were classier back then. Thanks Linda for sharing this flash from the past.

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  9. Makes me want to see how many can fit.

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  10. It's been a long time since I've seen a phone booth in the real world!

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  11. Thanks for the view of this classic phone booth. It looks to be in marvelous shape.

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