- Aug 25, 2007
- Funster No
- Autocruise Starseeker
- Caravaning since 1974 - Motorhoming since 2003
No, further North, remember I live North of the border.The last one I saw was at the Museum near lake Coniston where Donald Campbell's Bluebird was.It was near the Entrance.Also outside the AA's HQ at Fanum House In Guildford, but that was some years ago now.
I obviously made it too difficult, but I was amazed to see the box at the side of a road, I thought they had all been removed.If its the Tardis I last saw it up north, when the Dialeks invaded Whitley Bay
Ahh yes, I'm showing my age too ..and the patrol man wore ex WD Spitfire pilot's goggles and a silk scarf :thumb:They are from a more sedate and civilized time in our history Debs When the AA & RAC patrols used to drive around on a motorbike and sidecar and used to salute you if they saw your membership badge, how's that for customer service?
The call boxes were like the motorway telephones that are at the side of our M roads nowadays, but at least you could shelter from the elements in them.....