While the advent of mobile phones pretty much eliminated the need for public telephones, the red boxes for which Britain is associated have become fewer and further between.
There are a few still standing in Westminster Square, just across from the Houses of Parliament. Obviously kept there for the benefit of the millions of visitors London receives each year.
While others throughout the capital have been removed or those which remain might have become derelict or misused, I have seen some brilliant uses of the legacy boxes throughout the UK.
Here's a phone box turned cornucopia of greenery I spied during June in Bath's city centre, for example.