Red GPO Pillar Box
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A Description of the GPO Pillar Box as shown in photograph above! Picture of GPO Pillar Box was used as a post box for posting letters! GPO is short for General Post Office! The red post box is now recognised as an English Heritage! The first letter posting pillar box was not painted red as shown in the picture above; they were originally painted green, they were first installed on trial in St Helier, New Jersey on 23rd November 1852! Designed by Anthony Trollope who had been an employee of the GPO! Anthony Trollope's letterboxes design was manufactured from cast iron! After more than 150 years of service dating from Victorian time, the red post office pillar box is still being used today, even in the 21st century you are still able to see hundreds of the red post office-boxes in towns and cities all over the United Kingdom!
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