The Iconic Battersea Power Station #photo #photography
The first ever phone box in London in 1924. Made from sturdy cast iron and with teak doors they weighed more than a ton and were emblazoned with a crown.
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The British red telephone box, one of our design classics. Defiantly iconic design by Sir Giles Scott, find out more in our newsletter
Battersea Power Station designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, London, England, 3 January 1956, photograph from the Daily Herald Archive (unattributed).
Giles Scott of Great Britain competes in the Men's Finn class on Day 5 of Rio…
Giles Scott, de Gran Bretaña compite en la carrera de la clase Finn en la Marina da Gloria, Río de Janeiro. rnrn
Great Britain's Giles Scott poses with a flag at the Maria da Gloria on the…
Clockwise from top left: Adam Peaty (swimming), Andy Murray (tennis), Laura Trott and Jason Kenny (cycling), Giles Scott (sailing), Nick Skelton (showjumping), Jonathan and Alistair Brownlee (triathlon), and Jade Jones (taekwondo)
Giles Scott of Great Britain celebrates clinching a gold medal after his second finn class race