Best Places to Snap Iconic Red Phone Box in London

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As cheesy as it may sound, a picture of the traditional red telephone box should be on everyone’s must-have photo list whether you are visiting or residing in London. It is not only a British cultural icon; it is also fun to snap those quirky photos in and around the red phone booth. So, we are here to show you the best places in London to get the perfect shot of these iconic red telephone boxes.

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Smithfield Meat Market

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Smithfield Meat Market is a beautiful Grade II listed covered market building with six red phone boxes under its iron roof. It houses two phone box designs, Kiosk No. 2 and Kiosk No. 6, and displays these red boxes against its cool-toned Victorian structural truss. This location is visually striking with its time capsule effect.

Board Court, Covent Garden

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Five in a row! Board Court has these red phone boxes lined up against a Georgian façade. The Young Dancer statue nearby also offers creative opportunities to capture the phone booth with.

Parliament Square, Westminster

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It presents a great opportunity to snap the red phone box with the equally symbolic Big Ben Tower as the backdrop. Or, if you want other angles, Westminster Abbey is there as well. Routemasters and black cabs also drive by frequently. There are plenty of opportunities to take those interesting Londonish photos here at the Parliament Square.

Byng Place, Bloomsbury

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Located at Byng Place, these phone boxes stand in front of a Grade I listed Neo-Gothic church in a triangular plaza space. Here, it captures a periodic difference in English design element emphasis simply with a click of a button.

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  2. […] references: the Queen Elizabeth and the other Queen, the iconic Big Ben and the seamlessly famous red phone boxes, the punk and the drunk […]

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