I conclude this series of posts on my short walk in Tarrytown with this picture of something, which was once common in my homeland (UK) but now I imagine (I can only imagine as I haven’t been there for years) is much less so: the classic British bright red phone box.

However, there’s something not quite right about this one. It looks a little off. I’m hardly an expert on British phone boxes, but I suspect this is probably an imitation.

I’m not sure why it is where it is. It stands outside what appears to be a private house, but may be connected the neighboring Allan M. Block insurance agency.

Pity it isn’t one of the blue police phone boxes of Doctor Who fame. Below the door to the men’s room at Pandorica, a Doctor Who themed restaurant in Beacon, NY masquerading as the TARDIS.

Taken with a Sony A7IV and Sony FE 28-75 f3.5-5.6 OSS.

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