This structure in London has been called ‘Britain’s Smallest Police Station’ though many dispute it is actually a station at all, and more of an observation box, as it is not accessible to the public. However, it does apparently have room for two prisoners and had a direct line back to Scotland Yard should backup be needed by the officer manning the ‘station’. Apparently too, the light on top of the station would begin flashing as soon as the phone was picked up inside, in order to alert nearby officers. Today, it is no longer a station/police observation box, but a bit of a storeroom for the local council workers. The ‘station’ is situated in Trafalgar Square, London.