Wednesday, 26 October 2011


A feature from the website of Countryfile magazine is about how telephone boxes have been adopted throughout the country. There is a reference and picture of a box being taken to an island, but no write-up about the specific use one has been put to on a Scottish island. Perhaps, mobile coverage in these parts means that the kiosks are still being used for ... telephoning. Ideas, please.

Scottish Islands Explorer - on the end of a line

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