I’m starting to get a bit obsessed by phone boxes.  Every time I see one in the street it’s like a little technological relic that’s still clinging on, like a record player or a typewriter.  It’s especially pleasing to find one that’s out of the ordinary.  This type, the 7A, was known as the “Oakham” because it looked like a tin of Old Oak Ham.  It was commonly installed in areas where vandalism was common, and a proper phone box wouldn’t last.  I found it on Fender Way in Beechwood, Wirral.Info from http://www.redphonebox.info/history.html

I’m starting to get a bit obsessed by phone boxes.  Every time I see one in the street it’s like a little technological relic that’s still clinging on, like a record player or a typewriter.  It’s especially pleasing to find one that’s out of the ordinary.  This type, the 7A, was known as the “Oakham” because it looked like a tin of Old Oak Ham.  It was commonly installed in areas where vandalism was common, and a proper phone box wouldn’t last.  I found it on Fender Way in Beechwood, Wirral.

Info from http://www.redphonebox.info/history.html