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MY HUNDREDTH! Well, I took my time, but I finally got there, and enjoyed every day spent on TE!
As it's now December and time to post your letters to Santa, I thought I would provide you with a special letter box for your special mail. 0:))
The UK is well-known for its traditional red pillar-boxes, but this one is particularly special, as it dates back to Queen Victoria, which was the time of the first letter boxes.
Notice the ornate style, different from the more recent ones, which I will also show in WS.
The sign under the collection board stands for "Victoria Regina".
The photo was taken in the grounds of the beautiful gothic Worcester Cathedral.
In WS, I have added pillar boxes erected under all the sovereigns since Queen Victoria.
"AyseGurel" has a very comprehensive history of the PO service in the UK, p1 of his UK gallery!

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