A pack of two GWR platform seats supplied assembled and painted. These bench seats with three cast supports, designed to incorporate the GWR's roundel logo of the 1930's, were used on platfoms across the GWR system. These bench seats could still be seen on many former GWR stations into the 1990''s. Today many can be found on heritage railways and as garden furniture at many enthusiasts homes.
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An excellent combination of the Detail Matters telephone kiosk and pillar post box in the familiar Post Office red.Offering two different forms of communication these are the designs of the essential and iconic British fixtures seen around towns and cities since the 1930s. Telephone kiosks and post collection boxes were often placed near places where people congregated during their daily lives, railway station forecourts were an obvious choice. A telephone kiosk was often placed close to the station entrance for arriving passengers to contact friends or call for a taxi. Many local postman would also end their round at the railway station, forwarding and receiving mail by train.
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