Tuesday 3 June 2014 9.54pm
I have just read this article
While I am all for old GPO phone kiosks being re-purposed, I draw the line when it comes to the K2 models.
These were only ever installed in London during the 1920s, and we had to wait for the introduction of the much more common K6s before the phonebox scheme rolled out across the UK.
Each and every K2 is a grade II listed building, and rather than being converted, I really feel that they should be restored to an immaculate condition and not be messed around with.
For those not familiar with the differences, here is a K2 next to a K6:
Here's one I photographed next to the doomed Heygate Estate: