Check out these web sites for more historical information about telephones.
Sites Related to Telephone Service of The Past
- Tribute to the Telephone
Very large web site with lots of information about the telephone business.
- Private Line
Large web site with lots of information about telephone history and current information.
- Phone Trips
Mark Bernay's web site. Contains many sound files so you can hear how the phone network used to sound.
- The Exchange Name Project
A web site devoted to the old central office names used around the United States and Canada prior to the 1960s. All of the Atlanta offices are listed.
- Telephone World
Lots of articles and historical information about telephone service.
- Strowger Page
This web site belongs to a group in England interested in preserving the history of the Strowger Step-by-Step switching system.
The Vintage Telephone Equipment Museum, Seattle, Washington
This is a huge museum devoted to telephone switching equipment, telegraph, telex, and TWX equipment. They have the only remaining, working Panel and Crossbar central office machines in the world!
The Telephone Museum, Ellsworth, Maine
BellSouth Telephone Museum, Atlanta, Georgia
Sites About Collecting Old Telephones
Atlanta History and Nostalgia
Local Calling Guide
Here you can look up current information about rate centers, local calling areas and central offices.
All original material on this web site is copyrighted © 2001 by Will Cardwell.
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