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The much-photographed and delightful collection of five K2 Kiosks at Broad Court, Convent Garden, London.
The surviving K3 kiosk in the hamlet of Rhynd in Scotland. (Andrew Lee)
The modified interior configuration of a K6 kiosk, comprising three rectangular notice frames and a re-positioned emergency services call notice.
The Bruce Martin-designed K8 kiosk was a significant departure from the K6, with its new modern styling. This example is on display at Milton Keynes Museum.
The 705 pay-on-answer telephone and coin box, which replaced the old A/B button coin collecting box.
Payphones for the 21st Century: the front cover of the launch-day press pack, 20 June 1985. (Neil Johannessen)
The KX100+, introduced by BT on 23 July 1996. This quartet is in Coventry.
The British Phonebox is available to buy here. Quote PHONEBOX20 for a 20% discount on the purchase price.