Yes we become a bit nostalgic in those winterdays. I remember me making a phone call in Spain to my father who had his birthay. It was at a very noisy crowded boulevard and you had to put coins in the machine very quickly otherwise you lost the connection.
Yep. it is indeed an endagered species!
I cannot think of a single pay phone anywhere near.
that's for sure! cord still attached so might actually work!(that idiot spammer hit me this morning, too.)
What a great find. Haven't seen one in years.
And it looks like there is even a phone book in there!
Haven't seen one of these in forever.
Amazing to me how quickly technology changes everything, and that phone booths have become objects of curiosity!
I tried to relay a "car breaking down" story from my long-ago youth to a group of teenagers. There was no pay phone nearby, so I had to walk to a house. "What's a pay phone?" They asked.
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