|Postbox in Dunblane, Scotland.|
They've been around since the 19th century in all the villages and towns throughtout the UK; some are built into walls and some are free-standing. No matter what shape, or size they come in, they're part of the British culture. What am I talking about? Postboxes.
However, due to the decline in the art of letter writing, an old favourite of mine, this rare breeed is in danger of becoming extinct, which is kind of sad.
The Post Office says that it isn't thinking of scrapping them just yet, but I've got a sneaky feeling that they'll soon be as rare as an dodo or a pterodactyl.
Please, Please, Mr. Postman keep taking my letters for me.
P.S. Gold postbox to commemorate Andy Murray's Olympic win.