Photographer's Note

I continue with my theme of telephone booths and British Icons.. This booth was shot in a wonderful little village of Culworth.

From the village website:

Culworth occupies a hilltop in the south west of Northamptonshire, with views over two, almost three counties. Iron age settlers were some of the first to recognise a good defensive position. In the early 12th century a motte and bailey were built alongside the ancient trackway known as the Welsh Way. Herds of cattle and sheep made their way through Culworth to the markets of Northampton, Leighton Buzzard and London until the railway came through in the first half of the 19th century. The village was once the base of the notorious Culworth Gang, who terrorised people for thirty miles around, until they were arrested and tried at Northampton. The name lives on in the village senior citizen’s club but their activities are nothing like their namesakes!

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