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Telephone engineers in Westminster Abbey preparing for the Coronation, 1953.
(TCB 473/P 05870)
Portable picture telegraphy (facsimile) unit in use at the FA Cup Final, Wembley, 1935.
(TCB 473/P 00597)
Jubilee of the electric telegraph, 1887.
(POST 30 511B 4 1)
Temporary press room in a pub near Sandringham following the death of King George V, 1936.
(TCB 473/P 01156)
Jointing a temporary cable near Sandringham, following the death of King George V, 1936.
(TCB 473/P 01161)
Engineers receiving pay for laying temporary cables following the death of King George V, 1936.
(TCB 473/P 01167)
Announcer at the microphone during a newspaper telephone sports broadcast, 1936.
(TCB 473/P 01251)
Olympic Games press room, Wembley, 1948.
(TCB 473/P 03922)
Processing congratulatory telegrams on the birth of Prince Charles, 1948.
(TCB 473/P 03984)
Television van outside Buckingham Palace for the Coronation, 1953.
(TCB 473/P 05830)
First mobile telegraph office, Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, 1872.
(TCB 473/P 06579)
Listening remotely to a play at a London theatre live by Electrophone, 1908.
(TCB 473/P 06842)
K6 telephone kiosks and media centre, Empire Village, British Empire Games, 1958.
(TCB 473/P 06927)