The British Red Telephone Box is a familiar sight on the streets of this country; it is a very British icon.
The first Red Telephone Box design was introduced in 1924, and by 1968 the Post Office had introduced its eighth design for a National Telephone Kiosk.
Over the last eighty years the Telephone Box has become a symbolic piece of street architecture, whether in our rural villages or on our urban highways.
The first Telephone Box was the K1, introduced in 1920 and a few years later a national competition was held to find a design for a new national telephone box.
The winning design was submitted by the pre-eminent British architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. Though in the latter years of the twentieth century many were replaced by modern-glass kiosks, the Telephone Box occupied such a place in people's affections that those left were preserved and many were given listed-status protecting them from removal and destruction.
Today, the Telephone Box remains a welcome sight on the streets of the Britain. In March 2006, as part of a competition organized by the Design Museum and BBC Television to find Britain's favorite design icon since 1900, the Telephone Box was placed in the top ten by the British public.
You are looking for a Magnetic Key Safe, but first you must solve this puzzle.
Find out when the remaining Kiosks were designed and use the missing numbers in the formulae below to locate the cache site.
Kiosk No.1 Designed By Somerville & Company 1920
Kiosk No.2 Designed By Giles Gilbert-Scott 1924
Kiosk No.3 Designed By Giles Gilbert-Scott 19AB
Kiosk No.4 Designed By The Post Office 19CD
Kiosk No.5 Designed By The Post Office 19EF
Kiosk No.6 Designed By Giles Gilbert-Scott 19GH
Kiosk No.7 Designed By Neville Conder 19IJ
Kiosk No.8 Designed By Bruce Martin 1968
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