They stood side by side in a long row. Many looked similar but each carried features that were unique. Several were over 100-years-old, and yet their appearance was as vibrant as the younger ones.
Although today they have been replaced by advanced technology, their stories remain and are engrafted into history.
In the 1800s, men from several different countries were working on an invention to transmit the sound of the voice over wire.
The gentleman credited as the inventor of the first practical telephone was Scotsman Alexander Graham Bell.