Paul's Unofficial Letterbox Pages: References, Bibliography and Links
Aaron, Henry (1987), Street Furniture (2nd Edition): Shire Album 47, Shire Publications Ltd. ISBN 0 85263 864 7
Davies, Peter and Maile, Ben (1990), First Post: From Penny Black to the Present Day, The Post Office/Quiller Press. ISBN 1 870948 43 2
Farrugia, Jean.Y. (1969), The Letter Box: A History of Post Office Pillar and Wall Boxes, Centaur Press. SBN 90000014 7
Glacey, Jonathan (1989), Pillar Boxes, Chatto & Windus, London. ISBN 0 7011 3447 X
Robinson, Martin (1987),Old Letter Boxes: Shire Album 188, Shire Publications Ltd. ISBN 0 85263 846 9
The Letter Box Study Group
The aim of the group is to accumulate and disseminate information on all aspects of Letter Boxes and while this is mainly on the boxes in Great Britain, all locations are covered according to information available. For more information about the Letter Box Study Group please visit their official site at http://www.lbsg.org/.
Telecommunications Heritage Group
For those interested in the history of telephones and telecommunications with further links to other sites related to telephones and Post Office history.
Malcolm Smith's Post Box Pages
Lots of excellent photgraphs of letter boxes.
A quick look through the history of The Post by Biff Vernon
Bath Postal Museum
Pages which cover the history of the Post in the UK
Royal Mail (Grimsby Delivery Office)
Unofficial site by Steve Parrott
Royal Mail, Post Office and Parcelforce Worldwide
Combining services and information from Post Office, Royal Mail and Parcelforce Worldwide.
Rosalind Wicks: A Postcard Artist
Kirby Misperton History Web Site also by Paul Wicks.
Copyright © Paul Wicks 2002