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Cobham Air Routes Poster
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Cobham Air Routes Poster
Pleasure Flights Poster
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Pleasure Flights Poster
Policeman and Call Box
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Policeman and Call Box
Ericsson Table Phone - 3
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Ericsson Table Phone - 3
Automatic Phone Exchange
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Automatic Phone Exchange
Police Public Call Box in the snow, London Featured Image

Police Public Call Box in the snow, London

A Police Public Call Box, on a London street on a snowy day. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937. The one pictured is a Mackenzie Trench style police box, made famous by the long-running TV series, Doctor Who. The boxes were installed so that members of the public could make emergency calls to the police, but many boxes are now disused or have been withdrawn from service because of the prevalence of the mobile phone

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Woman On the Phone
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Woman On the Phone
Phone Exchange/1903
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Phone Exchange/1903
Rabbiting on the Phone
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Rabbiting on the Phone
Blonde in Bath 1960S
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Blonde in Bath 1960S
Danish Lady on the Line
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Danish Lady on the Line
November 1951 by David Wright Featured Image

November 1951 by David Wright

November 1951 by David Wright, showing a woman posed on the telephone. Wright produced a series of over 160 illustrations or pin-ups for The Sketch during the 1940's. David Wright's Lovelies proved hugely popular and adorned practically every military mess, bunker, dormitory or club room in the country during World War II. He later created a series for Men Only in the 1950's of which this is one

© Estate of David Wright/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Find the Fault card No. 21
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Find the Fault card No. 21
CS Winifred Barker and Superintendent Shirley Becke Featured Image

CS Winifred Barker and Superintendent Shirley Becke

Winifred Theodora Barker (c1909-1995), third commander of the Met Police A4 (Women's) Branch, rising to the rank of Chief Superintendent in 1960. Seen here (right) sitting at her desk, with Superintendent Shirley Cameron Becke (nee Jennings, 1917-2011), who followed Barker as fourth commander of the A4 Branch from 1966 to 1973, standing at her side. Date: circa 1950s

© Metropolitan Police Authority/Mary Evans


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