Red Telephone Box: Wednesday Blog Hop


Not often you see a red phone box nowadays.


We saw this one at Wollaton Hall on Saturday. 


It was such a miserable day and pouring it down with rain. I always get a nostalgic feeling when I see one. Temporarily warming me up!! Did you know the minimum you can put in a call box now to make a call is 60p !!! It was 10p when I last used one. Inflation…….



My son was racing here and he came home so muddy!!


Can’t wait to go back another day when the sun is shining!

Perhaps make a call???

Want to link up?


Claire Justine
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  1. Cascia Talbert
    12 February 2016 / 20:17

    Great photo. Sorry I am so late visiting for Wordless Wednesday.

  2. Molly
    11 February 2016 / 10:57

    I love them too and I am glad they are being preserved as part of our culture heritageMollyxxx

  3. indah nuria Savitri
    10 February 2016 / 23:12

    I always enjoy taking picture in those vintage phone boxes :). They are part of a very important history indeed..

  4. Kristin Aquariann
    10 February 2016 / 21:42

    Neat! I just went to Atlantic City for my birthday and there's a fake telephone booth in front of the Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill that looks very similar to that one.

  5. Cathy Kennedy
    10 February 2016 / 20:41

    Claire, this past Christmas we were in Gatlinburg, Tennessee which is situated in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains taking in the festive seasonal decorations. Anywho, the area called The Village had a replica of a red phone box. Unfortunately the photos I shared you can't see it. But, I always think it's so neat to see any type of phone booth. The last time I used one I think it cost twenty-five cents just to place a call. I think that was in the mid-70s, too. Thanks for visiting and linking up today. Happy WW!

  6. Elegance and Mommyhood
    10 February 2016 / 15:21

    I love the classic red telephone booths in London.

  7. Teresa Kindred
    10 February 2016 / 14:36

    Thank you for hosting! I always enjoy visiting you!

  8. Julie's Lifestyle
    10 February 2016 / 14:15

    Thanks for hosting the party. I love the old telephone boxes too.

  9. Kisma
    10 February 2016 / 13:51

    Coolest picture ever! I love old phone booths! I need to dig around in some photos from a previous trip where I captured things like this! Thank you for the inspiration.

  10. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    10 February 2016 / 13:38

    I love those old telephone boxes! I hope they don't get rid of them all!!

  11. Karren Haller
    10 February 2016 / 13:29

    Thanks for the party this week, Claire. Love the phone booth! Please join us on the #OMHGWWHappy Valentines!!Karren

  12. Fashion Fairy Dust
    10 February 2016 / 10:48

    Same here…it's a rare thing to see a phone booth. And our's aren't nearly as pretty!Debbie

  13. Rhonda Albom
    10 February 2016 / 10:30

    Fantastic photo. I loved seeing the classic red phone booths last time I was in London. I don't think I have ever seen them anywhere else.

  14. stevebethere
    10 February 2016 / 10:19

    There is still quite a few in London but not half as many, the funny thing is I have often seen people in phone boxes talking on their mobiles LOL …oh well at least they still serve a purpose.Have a rainytastic week

  15. inkslinger
    10 February 2016 / 09:56

    Smashing image. Don't see too many of those red phone boxes nowadays.

    10 February 2016 / 01:18

    Thank you so much for hosting Claire.Happy Valentine's week.FABBY

  17. Tamar SB
    10 February 2016 / 00:06

    They are so iconic!

  18. Please may I?
    9 February 2016 / 21:45

    Wollaston Hall is beautiful. Hope he didn't get too wet x x