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The public is being advised that the landlines at Black Rock Police Station are down.
Members of the public who need to contact the police should therefore call the police emergency number 211, or PBX 4307100 for assistance.
If they are using those it isn’t surprising
I don’t think rotary phone still work on the new phone systems :O 😛
That pic brings back memories
Y’all just being extra ridiculous with that rotary phone
Due of a power fail light and power in the area
I don’t know these phones still stirring
Wanna dont have pic of modern day phone *rolls eyes*
Would love to get hold of one of these phones.
Oh how I would like to own one of those phones now….but it is if it would work with the new lines.
Yu take forever to dial out on one of these phones…all circuits are busy…so then Yu gotta keep dialing..fingers getting soar…
whats a landline ?
Use that phone but please not an emergency call. Ya dead before ya done make the call
A cell number sud b posted den dat ya cud get through
Hey Barbados Police , You all need one of these :
Send me the money and I’ll buy one from Best Buy and ship it down to you all free of charge.
That’s Joseph Niles Royal Telephone. Hold on to it. We might need that connection to save our asses this year from the fangs of BERT IMF the BLP vanpire.
The phones ain’t working because the electricity off in the area. I think BT using that pic to imply that never happened when we used those phones.
I wonder why?…lol
Wow, Does their landline really looks like this?
Help Help 911 there seems that someone is in need of help can’t get no officer damn what a shame
The police station should always have a backup system no excuse
I want one of those phones.
IAN EDWARDS : “The police station should always have a backup system no excuse”
Ossie Moore : Ian , that’s the norm in 3rd.world countries.
WOW ! ! ! Memorial day in the United States of America . . . . It feels great that people all over the U S A are giving thanks to OSSIE MOORE and all of the other who has served and protected AMERICA.
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS . . ..hoooorrrahhhh. Semper Fidelis . .Always
Marines don’t die ,we just go to Heaven to regroup.
Semper Fi !
crooked flow and their fibre optics which has no backup. what yuh all expect the police to do? start beating drums? place the blame at the administration that allowed flow to replace the old system with fibre optics.
I guess their were not prepared, by the way hurricane is underway.
I want that phone back. The best.
Perhaps they cannot find the crank handles that go with these phones.
This is so shameful, these are the phones which is being used in Barbados, come on ,, its no wonder nothing works,…… This is 50 year old technology, just like most things in Barbados, as the water, sewage , roads……….
But I will still admit , these analogue phones was a lot better than lot of the digital crap we are using today…………
@JRSMITH, and perhaps if the Transport Board still had its fleet of Bedfords, Austins., Leylands , Albions, AEC’s and ‘Mercybends’, the travelling public would not be in the dire situation it finds itself in today.
@,Belfast, hail, hail, there is still some of those old vehicles on the roads in Barbados today, so my answer would be yes……..
Wasn’t this bad during that period……….
Look at the present state of the transport infrastructure and they are planning to purchase vehicles with a highly sophisticated technology, to place in this environment……
Wait for it , a much bigger disaster , unless the company/ companies selling the vehicles, pre train bajan engineers to a high standard, to maintain the vehicles…. Lets wait and see ..In Barbados its always holding the bull by the tail……….
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