© Arthur Reeder & The Isle of Wight Postal Museum © 2016
A “Stately Home”
with an original
“First National” Pillar box,
“1930’s Airmail box for the short-
This box was originally from Edinburgh and was damaged beyond economical repair whilst being relocated by workmen using a JCB to remove it from the ground!
This George V box is wearing a livery that was trialed in London during WWII.
The black & white stripes were to prevent injury to pedestrians in the blackout.
The tops were coated with a paint which was designed to change colour in the event of a gas attack.
The internal view of a pristine box!
A modern box previously used in Hong Kong.
Note the Chinese characters on the side of the box.
|Meter Mail Boxes|
|The Grounds 2|
|Inside the Ark 1|
|Inside the Ark 2|