K2 telephone box
This is a downloadable PDF file How to build a K2 English Telephone Box.
There are 68 pages in the downloadable file, including plans, drawings, photos, and step-by-step instructions.
This is a very good copy of the K2 phone box, which a listed iconic structure.
The K2 telephone kiosk is arguably the most iconic British telephone box of all time.
K2 stands for Kiosk 2, and was the second booth to be deployed around London. That was in 1926.
I measured up a K2 booth in London, took loads of photos, made one, and wrote about it.
It is such an awesome structure to have in your property.
My version stands 8′ 7″ (2575mm) high and is 37″ (925mm) square.
It has great detail and even the inside ceiling and light is a great copy.
The plans are written in both standard (inch) and metric (millimetre) measurements.
I constructed the head out of wood, hypertufa (very lightweight concrete), and fiberglass. I had never worked with the latter two before but found using both to be fun and easy.
The rest of the project was pretty much basic woodworking with a little bit of forethought.
Help is in the form of user-input and the URL for the user/comments page is given in the documentation in the downloadable file.