A Yorkshire village has created what could be the world’s smallest museum by transforming a disused phone box.
The attraction in Warley, near Halifax, only has enough room for one visitor at a time.
But despite the limitations of space, it features etched glass, old photographs and a selection of personal items that tell the history of the village.
Warley Museum was unveiled this week by Richard Macfarlane from the Calderdale Museum Service and Mayor Howard Blagbrough
The museum features old photograph and personal items from the local residents (above)
The current exhibit tells local history but the group behind the project hopes to change it every three months
The phone box was revamped by members of Warley Community Association (WCA), who ‘adopted’ it from BT.
After researching the uses of other adopted phone boxes, including book exchanges and defibrillators, the group decided to create the museum.