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Telephone Service, Chiswick

Volume 345: debated on Thursday 30 March 1939

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asked the Postmaster-General when it is proposed to instal an automatic telephone service in Chiswick?

In accordance with the general programme for the provision of the remaining 45 automatic exchanges required within a radius of 10 miles from Oxford Circus, the Chiswick exchange is due to be converted to automatic working in 1944.