If the IRA had a 30-minute window from the time of planting the bombs to their detonation, l defy anyone who says that they couldn't have got to a working telephone kiosk
and phoned through a warning about the impending explosions.
Dave Harper, 43, a production engineer at Mangel in Kinmel Bay, is designing the mould for the 200 telephone kiosks
BATTLE: Julia Davies at the telephone kiosk
outside her Tafarn Bach pub
By selecting images carefully, we conveyed the excitement of dance in posters on buses and telephone kiosks
Since 1759, the company has produced cookers and pillar boxes, ships' winches and telephone kiosks
Hamed's face also appears on buses and telephone kiosks
across the Big Apple.
There will also be an ad appearing on telephone kiosks
in Manhattan for one month promoting Forbes as "The 1 to Buy" beginning today.
POLICE are calling for information after thieves stole cash from nine telephone kiosks
in Gateshead and Newcastle.
Mrs Hall, who is a candidate for the town in the forthcoming local election, said: "Following a number of complaints from concerned residents in Elland regarding the cleanliness, both inside and out, of the two telephone kiosks
at the end of Southgate I have taken this matter up with BT.
WHO is responsible for cleaning out the two red telephone kiosks
in Lime Street, opposite St George's Hall?
A spokeswoman for BT said: "While it is essential that we continue to review and re-align the provision of a public payphone service, we also recognise the historical significance of the red telephone kiosks
to communities across the country.
But a new edict extending the privilege to telephone kiosks
, the post office and, most controversial of all, the canteen queues has caused uproar.