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Engineer on a telegraph pole at Waterfoot Harbour, Northern Ireland. 1936.
Telegram messenger boy preparing telegrams for delivery. 1947.
Inspection of telegram messenger boys by Assistant Postmaster General. 1917.
Operator at Ship to Shore receiver, Baldock Radio Station, Hertfordshire. 1930.
Boy messengers, telegram despatch room, Piccadilly (Church Place) office. 1931.
Engineers floating telegraph poles by water, Tilbury Marshes, Essex. 1941.
Engineer's overhead cable hut, Carmarthen, Haverfordwest. 1944.
Early telegraph lineman, Birmingham. c1865.
Wireless surveyor checking radio direction finding equipment in a ship at London docks. 1948.
Engineers simulating using new cable jointing equipment in a manhole. 1966.
Electric tractor pulling equipment and supplies down a cable tunnel. 1967.
Field Telegraphist with native Battery Unit, Northern Rhodesia. 1936.
Lineman working at the top of an"H" telegraph pole. 1934.
Launch of the first mobile telephone exchange, London. 1938.
Delivering a telegram. 1949.
Cabling gang at lunch in large shelter tent, Uxbridge Road, London. c1910.
Engineering gang erecting a telegraph pole. c1895.
National Telephone Company lineman working on overhead cables. c1900.