Many may remember a time where red public telephone boxes stood tall on our streets. The public phones are iconic symbols not just throughout Britain but across the Commonwealth, too.
They once littered the streets in places such as Bermuda, Malta and Gibraltar the way they did here in Scotland.However, they declined back in the 1980s with the decommissioned symbols of Britain no longer ringing.
But one man from a small English town took over responsibility by spending the best part of his career restoring those red boxes to their former glory, reports Yorkshire Live.
The boxes were lovingly given a new lease of life Yorkshire's Mike Shores, prior to his retirement in 2015. Shores from Carlton Miniott told the Daily Mail in 2016 that he spend over 100 hours stripping and repainting them with their classic red shade once stipulated by the General Post Office.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk