Red Phone Box Photos

The red telephone box, a public telephone kiosk designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, is a familiar sight on the streets of London and despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years, red boxes can still be seen in many places. The red colour was chosen to make them easier to spot.

When you walk around central London these days, you can see red phone boxes being used over and again for the same purpose - taking pictures. Many tourists and visitors of London have Red Phone Box Images where they are posing with the door open, holding the receiver to their ear and pretending to dial. Foreign visitors to London have always seemed to be more interested in the classic Red Phone Box Photos than with anything else in London.

We have got Red Phone Box Pictures portraying this famous attraction at various locations in central London, but nothing really exciting. Hopefully we will find an unusual spot and take some fresh and not so familiar Red Phone Box images.

Red Phone Box In Westminster

Red Phone Box In Westminster

Two Red Phone Boxes

One Of Red Phone Boxes Pictures

Tourist Walking Near Red Phone Box

Tourists Near Red Phone Box

Red Phone Box Near Bus Stop

Red Phone Box Near Bus Stop

Red Phone Box By Hotel

Red Phone Box By Hotel

Red Phone Box in Regent Street

Red Phone Box In Regent Street

Traffic Lights and Red Phone Box

Traffic Lights And Red Phone Box

Souvenirs with Red Phone Box

Souvenirs With Red Phone Box

Red Phone Box Twins

Another Of Red Phone Box Images

Red Phone Box By Shop

Red Phone Box By Shop

Red Phone Box Near Park Gate

Red Phone Box Near Park Gate

Iron Fence And Red Phone Box

Iron Fence And Red Phone Box