K2 and K6 red telephone kiosks at the corner of St John's Wood Terrace and St John's Wood High Street, London
|Architect/Designer||Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert (1880-1960)|
|Artist/Photographer||Ross, Belinda D.|
|Subject||Colour ; Street furniture ; Town houses ; Cast iron ; Telephone boxes|
NOTES: The practice of using the purely symbolic 'Tudor Crown' (as seen on the K2) as the symbol of government was dispensed with on the accession of Elizabeth II in 1952 and instead a representation of the actual crown generally used for British coronations, the St Edward's Crown, was used. This new symbol therefore began to appear on the fascias of K6 kiosks.
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