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A bruised reed He will not break, and smoking flax He will not quench…

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  1. theartblogger54

    Strange that you have to explain what phone booths were for those born into the smart phone age. There are still a few of these around though very few of them have working phones in them. Some house defibrillators and some have ATM’s or have been converted to internet access points while some, like yours, end up as garden ornaments.

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  2. sustainabilitea

    Thanks for showing it in color as well. I don’t think I could have stood just B&W, suspecting how vibrant it must really look. My dad used to check every phone booth for change that might have been left and found some more often than I would have thought. Not many of these around now and if there are any, they may not work and are often just trashed. Besides, how many people carry change?

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  3. Brenda's Thoughts

    The home behind is quite charming. I do love the old-timey English phone booths. In Hong Kong, they have converted their old phone booths into Wifi hotspots all over the city. Thirty minutes at a time free Wifi. Lovely post!

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