That's a good one, Mogens. I see you have also been up to the far North of Scotland and the weather was similar to when I was there. :) I have seen a lonely phonebox, on which was written, that you couldn't use coins. One must feel fooled in case of need. ;))
My best greetings, May
Yes, My wife and I have travelled about in most of Scotland 7 times since 1980.
Mostly B&B, and we seem to have beeen blessed with good (or fairly good) weather in 95% of daytime.
I am told, that phoneboxes have been modernized by BT due to vandalism to or theft of the coinboxes, so that's why one feel fooled in case of need.
However though: in case of emergency you can still reach help without any card or coin.
Here is another type of Scottish mailbox in Fort Augustus.
Best greetings, Mogens.
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