The world’s ‘Most British’ ATM

The British are defined by two lumps of red metal. The first — and envy of the public transportation world — is London’s Double-Decker ‘Routemaster’ bus … which can still be seen wheezing around Trafalgar Square on a rainy winter night if you pay close attention.

The second is the equally iconic red Telephone Box … which sometimes, just sometimes still houses a public payphone (remember those?), but otherwise plays host to all sorts of weird stuff. Like libraries, internet cafes, pot plants, and now … ATMs.

All of which would be rather sad were it not for the fact that this little beauty is in Brooklyn, not London.