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Telephone Service, Blackburn

Volume 476: debated on Monday 26 June 1950

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asked the Postmaster-General how many applications for telephones were outstanding in the Blackburn area on 1st January, 1949, and 1st January, 1950; how many installations were made during 1949; and how many applications still outstanding were first made more than 12 months ago.

Nine hundred and thirty-one applications were outstanding in the Blackburn Exchange area in January, 1949. In January, 1950, there were 1,113, including 917 on hand for more than a year; 271 installations were made during 1949.