In the UK:
Red telephone boxes with dial handsets, where you put in 4 old penniesand pushed Button A when you were connected, and button B if you needed to get your money refunded.
Red Routemaster buses with conductors. (Although a few survive in in London as Heritage Routes e.g the number 15 from Paddington to Tower Hill)
Cash reigsters in shops that were not digital. Also scales which were not digital
Mobile phones the size of house bricks
Manual typewriters and not word processors
I still have the old Singer treadle machine which was my grandmother's. she bought it second hand in 1909, when my father was born, and made his Christening gown on it.
Black and white TV that had only one channel, the BBC, and when things went wrong they put up a notice saying"Do not adjust your set" and there were short films called "Interval" in which you saw a potter making a pot or Kittens playing, in between programmes.