Submitted by Name: Michele From: Waco,Tx E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have an older Bellsouth payphone. It works great. I'm in search of the loin to the coin box door. I have the original door but the lock was missing and someone had used a screw to keep it closed. Thanks for any help. Michele
Added: August 11, 2013
Submitted by Name: Sue From: Mission Kansas E-mail: Contact
Comments: I worked for Southwestern Bell for 27 years and was in the Business Office/Phone Center, and I remember most of the equipment and USOC codes. Colors had to be said in a certain order and I can still remember that!!
Added: August 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: donald jesse From: plymouth Ma. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a western electric 202, this is a D2 model. Can anyone give me information on the D2?
Added: June 27, 2013
Submitted by Name: barry swanson From: australia E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: donald jesse From: plymouth ma. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a WE 202 with an F1 handset that I am trying to hook up to a 685h subset. Can anyone give me directions and a schematic on how to get this phone working?
Added: June 6, 2013
Submitted by Name: S. P. Colfer From: Saint Clairsville, OH. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello Everyone,
I am new to collecting telephones; last autumn, I purchased an ivory refurbished WE 2500 so I would have a secure phone, (I had all cordless phones), when making business calls and to have a phone when the power fails.
Well, that old 2500 reminded me of my youth in the '70s and '80s and what started as a simple, practical solution to an everyday problem has turned into a mania. I now have over ten 2500s and three 500s, (and most of them are hooked up).
I'd like to thank Richard Rose for his invaluable help, information and assistance in this foray; and I'd like to thank my family for their love and patience; it isn't easy living in a house that sounds like an alarm call at the fire house every time the phone rings.
I am joining the ATCA; I mailed in my application a week or so ago and am awaiting my membership admittance. Iím looking forward to learning as much as I can about the 500, 1500 and 2500 desk sets.
Yours in Christ,
Added: June 6, 2013
Submitted by Name: Scott Onstine From: Fargo ND E-mail: Contact
Comments: I want to find a working "Home Receptionist" from US WEST available in the mid 1990's. My screen is not working, so not able to properly answer calls.
Added: June 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: Jim From: Riverside,California E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have an Automatic Electric 3 slot rotary payphone ser.#LPA-86-10 This phone had been set up to use as an everyday use phone,just plug in and use. I would like to turn it back to origional one day,i'm looking for pictures of what it should look like inside so I know what it needs.
Added: May 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: Cullen ( Cully ) Heil From: Chowchilla, Ca. USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just bought a 317 type telephone, western electric in pretty good condition. Has two screws on the left side 1907-1909 ? Has paper tag inside patent pending 1907. Mouthpiece dated Nov. 1, '92 on the underside Has what looks like NYPD 8 stamped in the wood on the iuside bottom of the door. Has a 250-w on a small brass plate on ther mouthpiece. Also has several cuts on the back and has wires embedded in the cuts thatr are soldered together hooking up with the terminals at the top of the cathedral. Also has picture frame grove on the face. Any ideas on the value of this telephone. I will join your club? thanks for your time, Cully.
Added: May 10, 2013
Submitted by Name: Dave From: Loveland,CO E-mail: Contact
Comments: Im looking to buy a WE 202 ( working I hope )
I know nothing about 'old' phones. I see many for sale that say orig. , but can come with many diff dials ,etc.
I thought a 202 would look good here in my room of several old radios ( 1929 - 1937 )