You might want to ring ahead to book! World's smallest art gallery opens in phone box... but there's only room for two
Artist John Hay said he was hoping to bring a bit of added British eccentricity to the village in Teesdale, County Durham, by filling the box with paintings.
Kiosk No 3
The K3 kiosk was introduced in 1929. It was intended for use nationwide, whereas the K2 kiosk was limited to London due its cost and size. The K3 was designed by British architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who also designed the K2 in 1924. Some 12,000 examples were installed by 1935. The design of the K3 was an evolution of Scott's K2 design, but with less classical architectural styling. K3 kiosks are very rare, with only one example given Grade II listing status by English Heritage…
Traditional old style UK red phone box in London.
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