TELEPHONE No. 152
Introduced in 1936, this is a C.B. telephone housed in a Teak box, suspended by extendable rods and balance weights, from an overhead rail.
This was a special item only used in Billingsgate Fish Market, London.
The phone was mounted in the box which could be lowered via a system of pulleys or moved sideways on overhead rails. There was also a Press Button G fitted inside the box.
Telephone, No. 152A included:-
Circuit Diagram - N252.
Drawing No's 60911, 91327 & 91331.
You can just about see two telephone boxes, one to
the left above the two chaps heads
The two pictures above show the telephone
Picture showing a Telephone No. 162 or 232 installed
Last revised: January 30, 2021