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Started by petewilson, Mar 02, 2013, 01:38 pm
QuoteThe lists refer to (what is colloqually known as the Mk3) as the Mk5 (Mk5-301). This comes from a MEPO or GPO (I can't remember which unfortunately) File held at the National Archive. It listed the different models of Police Boxes as: Mk1-101 The wooden Police Boxes erected on Richmond and Wood Green Sub-divisions in 1929-1930.Mk2-201 The first concrete Police Boxes installed during late 1930 onwardsMk3-202 Those Police Boxes installed during the mid-1930sMk4-203 Those Police Boxes installed on the inner divisions and early post-WWIIMk5-301 The (Mk3)
Quote from: domvar on Apr 27, 2014, 09:39 pmJust a thought and possibly nothing but could the numbers after the dash designate the telephone system, (snip)
Quote from: domvar on Nov 27, 2013, 03:26 pmDid any one notice the mk0 box in day of the doctor outside the tower of london ?
Quote from: hb88banzai on Mar 03, 2013, 01:28 amOh, where to begin...Type 1 - The original, you might say (1929-1930 - wood with concrete roof), what I've come to call the Type 1 Met Box. Not a direct part of this discussion, but an important starting point as it can be confused with a concrete Box if you don't look closely --During erection, w/o beacon -