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You can read a description of early British Post Office kiosks.
A redundant phonebox. That is the sad fate of many UK phone boxes. Thanks to Andy Newham for this picture of a "removal notice" on a payphone in Alnam Village. The notice was dated 25 Aug 2016 and was still present (when photographed) four years later. Note the cobwebs!
Other sites of interest:
Connected Earth is a is a UK network of organisations, primarily museums, that preserve the history of telecommunications in the UK.
Waymarking.com red telephone boxes is a photo-sharing/geo-tagging site with pictures of red (Gilbert Scott) phoneboxes (some in unusual locations).
LightStraw's album of the different UK kiosk designs
UnicorN restorations are a firm who restore kiosks.
Book: The British Phonebox by Nigel Linge, Andy Sutton (ISBN 978144566308, 2017)
Book: Telephone Boxes by Gavin Stamp (in the series Chatto Curiosities of the High Street), (ISBN 9780701133665, 1989).