Full Report for Listed Buildings
Summary Description of a Listed Buildings
Date of Designation
Date of Amendment
Name of Property
Automobile Association Telephone Box
Situated on NE side of the A497, some 100m NW of Boduan church.
Automobile Association emergency service telephone box of the type that replaced pre-war boxes during the 1950s. There were some 1,000 in Great Britain of which 24 survive, less than 10 in Wales.
Roadside telephone box in black-painted galvanised sheet metal over timber. Cross-gabled roof painted silver with centre capped vent. Yellow strips to main angles, door on SW front. Yellow painted 'Box 580' each side and more recent AA motif in side gables and on front sheet-metal door. Concrete plinth.
Altered interior. White painted internally with white perspex ceiling. Small floor-cupboard and c1990s wall-mounted phone.
Reason for designation
Grade II as a good example of a now relatively rare emergency service telephone box of the 1950s.
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