It was a pay station in the rear of a news and tobacco shop.
The telephone number which figures in the case is the number of a pay station in an all-night drug store in Washington.
Sometimes the calls come from a pay station, in which case a record must be kept of the time occupied.
Several days later, it seemed to all of them, Central reported that the call had come from a pay station.
Your call came from a pay station in a drug store near the water front.
She walked to a nearby drug store and from a pay station there telephoned the World Broadcasting studio.
It was the period of the message rate, the pay station, the farm line, and the private branch exchange.
What with the message rate and the pay station, the telephone was now on its way to be universal.
The Capital was no longer a city of sixty thousand inhabitants, but a vast frontier post and pay station of the army.