Sunday, December 4, 2016

antique






19 comments:

  1. Maybe it will go to a museum :)

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  2. What counts, they look still functional and not broken. One point for Ireland.

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  3. ...I still see them here and there.

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  4. Phones like these are a "rare" sight these days - still the odd one throughout the country areas but fast disappearing!

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  5. Terrible shame to remove them even though they are little used.

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  6. I don't know of one pay phone left in Ocala. There used to be one downtown, but I believe that's gone now. The end of an era, for sure.

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  7. That's a bit of a shame Bill, if they remove them, there goes superman's change room ☺

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  8. Uma cabine a precisar de reforma.
    Um abraço e bom Domingo.
    Andarilhar

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  9. Rather different from the ones we see here. They're becoming more rare by the year.

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  10. Well, there goes another piece of history. You don't see many phone booths here either.

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  11. Looks like its days are numbered! I have seen any here in years.

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  12. Dang! Do you think those keys were large enough? :-)

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  13. Hard to find anywhere. There must be very few people too poor to own a mobile phone.

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  14. Their days are clearly numbered. It's amazing how relatively quickly these became rarities.

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  15. I hope a few get left for security reasons. Cell towers can get disrupted.

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  16. Isn't it remarkable to see things that were so common very recently seem so quaint and antiquated today? Technology is relentless!

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  17. Only a few days left.... I remember the days when I used that. Gosh I am old! :-)

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  18. Os jovens da atualidade devem achar acervo de museu.

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