More Australian TV with ‘Glitch’
Chorley Council adopted an old phone box and transformed it into a defibrillator. Click here for more.
On the plane over to Australia I watched ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel‘ again. One of my favourite films:
I found this with other stuff I had put away in the cupboard at my mother’s house in Australia. I don’t know when I picked it up, maybe my travels in Eastern Europe c.1998. I only speak English so I don’t know if it’s funny or not…
I also found a large stash of club and band flyers from the late 1980s and early 1990s. I’m setting up a blog to share those as well. This can be found at –
I was recently sent this shot from a cousin:
I just returned from a visit home to Australia and took these while I was away:
We came across this beauty when holidaying in Wales. The phone-box conversion speaks to what a friendly place we found South Wales to be.
*Tag line thanks to Laurence Prescott of Brisbane, Australia.
A couple of recent images from here in the UK. One is a standard, iconic shot another shows the new uses to which old rural boxes are being put to, and one from Barri Island, Wales: