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Sunday, September 30, 2018

On Crowded London Streets, Councils Fight a Flood of Phone Boxes

VIA: NY Times
LONDON — The British telephone box is not dead yet. In parts of central London, a box stands sentinel every 100 feet — and if phone companies got their way, they’d plant one every 50 feet.

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