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Australian builds TARDIS interior in his garden

Doctor Who Fan Builds TARDIS Interior in Garden

While the idea of one day owning a TARDIS of our own is still as distant as the stars in the sky reality and practicality have not stop fans from trying to own even a fraction of the magic of the Doctor’s oldest companion.

Australian builds TARDIS interior in his garden

Australian super fan JP Fox is one such fan and has taken it upon himself to turn a room outside his family home into an exact replica of the TARDIS interior.

Speaking to the Daily Mail Fox may not have traversed the laws of physics but he’s still impressed with just how the project came together:

It was so uncanny how everything fell into place and before I knew it, a masterpiece was coming together before me.

Indeed, the console itself is a thing of beauty – a mixture of exact detail and carefully sourced bric-a-brac that itself would make the thrifty Doctor happy.

Coming together for just £1500, it’s a true labour of love:

I’ve always been creative and enjoyed making things, so that was the drive. But it started when I wanted to make some parody videos of Doctor Who and was just going to make the TARDIS console out of cardboard until my project companions got excited and my plans got a lot bigger. I then thought, heck I may as well go all out.

And he did just that…


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