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Saturday, 4 September 2010

+15095259958, Old Fashioned Payphone, Walla Walla Post Office, Washington, USA

The phone booth you see here is one like I remember from when I was a kid. It’s a wooden booth with a sliding panel door, light, and fan. There’s a shelf under the phone and a shelf to sit on. There’s even a phone book. The only thing different is the phone — this one is modern; when I was a kid, phone booths like this still had dial phones.

The phone booth is in the outer lobby, adjacent to the post office boxes in the Main Post Office on 2nd Street in Walla Walla, WA. Don’t let the name of the town fool you — Walla Walla is a great little town with a vibrant Main Street (actually named Main Street). There are shops and restaurants, and enough wine tasting that you don’t need to get into your car and drive. The town is surrounded by vineyards and wheat fields. It’s located in South Eastern Washington state, south of the picturesque Palouse area and north of Pendleton of blanket fame.

A Great big thanks to Maria Langer from the An Eclectic Mind site. Thank you.

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