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Lorimer automatic exchange

Photograph of the Canadian Lorimer automatic telephone exchange, a system which dispensed with the need for telephone girls. A machine of this type was first introduced in England at Hereford, on August 1st 1914, with an initial capacity for 500 lines

Media ID 4353608

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

25th Automatic Capacity Exchange Hereford Initial Introduced Lines System Telephone


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