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Road Telephone Service.

5th October 1926, Page 46
5th October 1926
Page 46
Page 46, 5th October 1926 — Road Telephone Service.
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The scheme of the Royal Automobile Club for indicating the location of all public telephones which are stationed adjacent-to raain roads, by means of signs affixed to telegraph poles is, we are told, proceeding apace. The Rath Road, the Great North Road and all the main roads in Kent have, so far, been dealt with, whilst main roads in East Anglia, which are being similarly treated, are .nearing completion. The next highways to be covered by the scheme will be the Holyhead and Bournemouth roads.

The ideals one that should prove of considerable value to motor-vehicle drivers who may be stranded off the main roads, where assistance is not readily forthcoming.

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