Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by hiccup, Jan 8, 2010.
I wasn't driving
I was more making the point that it's rare to see cars in motion on SHR
Good point well made
There's an 01 antiques shop in Kensington Church Street that is either near-bankrupt and about to be taken over by a cupcake chain, or outraged at the idea that anyone might even THINK they are in 0208.
King Street, Hammersmith
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Cool, cheers, will add it soon.
There's no dialling code "0208". You cannot dial a seven digit number to another London landline.
Kensington Church Street is 020 7 territory anyway.
And Jazzz stop being a pedant.
If we're being pedantic, 020 7 can be anywhere in London now
Spotted on Norwood Road opposite Tulse Hill station.
Bit late but my contribution, south London . . . . disused but the 01 is still there. Saw another from a train yesterday as well.
Whats with the "HA HA HA" all over it?
While not gauranteed to work I do it to lessen the likelihood of my photos being used elsewhere though if people want to 'steal' images they seem to pay little attention as to whether a photo is watermarked is not.
Crofton Park: Paine & Hunter Opticians, 384 Brockley Road if you want to google it has an 01 number. I'll take a picture of it next time I'm passing.
Has this been done? If so, apologies. Also apologies for massive pic! Am v pleased with myself though. Taken from Whitechapel station btw.
I saw this the other day. I don't know how many hand dryers there are with the old code still on but thought it was pretty threadworthy
This is all I have to offer, a pic of my home phone.
I really must get mum-tat's old phone sorted out so it will work with these new fangled sockets.
It's similar, but older (possibly a 706 not a 746) - it has the letters round the edge, and the 01-857 number is stuck on a paper label, the 'Kipling' exchange label is underneath...
I do have a 706 as my mobile phone ringtone...
You know the model number and differences between them too
My phone has no 01 number on it, but is nicer than yours
It is very nice, yes.
Well knock me down with a feather. Hello hiccup, this is the Hex that's sent you a load of photos. It's about time I sent you some more, they've been piling up again....
I found this today: 6 Commercial Street, E1: 01 247 5769.
I took the photo in 2009, but Streetview today shows the same signage.
Fancy Goods by cybertect, on Flickr
Getting two obsolete dialling codes on one building is quite an achievement!
Edgware Road spelled wrong, too. Nice
Croydon area - Beddington.
Were you having a pint in The Plough opposite?
Fortis Green, N10
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