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Old 28th Apr 2019, 10:28 pm   #17
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Flintshire, UK.
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Default Re: When was the No 12 dial introduced?

Originally Posted by rambo1152 View Post
Ian, there's a later "Pay on Answer" coin box in the booking hall of Bury Bolton Street railway station (East Lancashire Railway Preservation Society), No idea what it's connected to, but perhaps a future CNet subscriber?

Incidentally, the Bury Radio Society can be found on Platform One.
I'll have a look next time I'm there. I know the phone system at the ELR have been to advise them about it. I also run a similar network to CNet that links a number of preserved railways - the MR ETD - Minor Railways Extension Trunk Dialling - system based on the public railways Extension Trunk Dialling system codes of thirty forty plus years ago. And it has links to the modern day ETD system available to some numbers.

MR ETD 053-6278
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