That certainly is an oddity now days.
Goodness, how can we forget so quickly? Are they still around? They need to be for security reasons, your phone has died or is forgotten at home.
That's a surprise to me..I figured by now that they had all been snatched up to have as future "antiques".
I'm getting old; I recall when telephone calls were ten cents. Sigh.
especially in New Jersey. great find.
Nice capture of it! It's truly something that catches my attention when I see them too!
Phone booths are indeed rare, but I see them in Hawaii. Tom The Backroads Traveller
There's one in a building on campus where Sweetie used to work, and he says it still has the coins in it!
A working pay phone! A rarity, for sure! :-)
Wow...I am surprised.I'm also surprised local calls are only .25However, I do remember when they were only .10Thanks for sharing!
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I didn't thought that they were still around. I wonder if they still charge the same price as years ago, lol.Hugs,JB
We hav a foo wound here. MOLLuv ya'Dezi and Lexi
Do people even use these anymore?
Wow, a pay phone? I hardly even remember those. LOL
You really almost never see these!
You just reminded me it's time to post my Rubbish Tuesday - I hope it goes through okay.
Great find! Pay phones are certainly a thing of the past. We had one on the town square for years and now it's gone.