Things people visit

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You all must be aware of London’s famous iconic trademark red phone booths (known as red kiosks).

It’s part of British culture.

I don’t know whether they are in working condition and actively being used.
If not, they are there as tourist attractions.

I never happened to see anybody using it.

Readers from the UK can enlighten me.

Ever wondered about Phone booths in Hollywood movies?

“In almost every thriller, a point is reached when someone, usually calling from a phone booth, telephones with a vital piece of information, which he cannot divulge by phone. By the time the hero arrives at the place where they had arranged to meet, the caller is dead, or too near death to tell.

There is never an explanation for the reluctance of the caller to impart his message in the first place.”

Renata Adler

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Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo

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6 thoughts on “Things people visit

  1. I have a story about those red kiosks that I’ll be sharing in my blog soon. Many of them are no longer in service and are just tourist attractions.
    Near Albert Hall, on our short stay in London, we walked by a kiosk and I looked inside. There was indeed a modern pay phone in there, one that accepts credit cards. I can’t say how many functional booths are around the city, but I know personally of one anyway.

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